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The theme that we have chosen for our yearbook, 
Patriotism, is a subject of controversy at the present 
time. There have been great changes in attitude toward 
patriotism, and a chauvinistic point of view, "My 
country right or wrong", no longer seems acceptable 
to a great number of our citizens. Criticism of our 
government is our inalienable right, and true love of 
country involves criticism as well as praise. Most of us, 
however, still believe that love of our country, pride in 
it, and a desire to serve it are still as important as ever. 
Always in our minds, moreover, should be the ideal of 
looking beyond our nation to the future good of 
humanity as a whole, of our brothers of all races and of 

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DR. PHILIP O. COAKLEY 

Superintendent of Schools 




Norwood School Committee 

Seated: Mrs. Berkowitz; Dr. Coakley, Supt.; Mr. Cavanaugh, Chairman; Miss Syverson, Clerk 
Standing: Mr. Saraca, Dr. Couch, Mr. Egan, Mr. Diggs, Mr. Thayer 

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'Dedication - In *7ttemo>ilcMt 




MARTIN LUTHER KING (1929-1968) 
A Patriot who loved his country and all people. 

Dr. Martin Luther King was a man of peace who devoted his 
life to the struggle of his people. He wanted our nation to be a 
great place in which to live for all people, not just a majority. His 
words were forceful, but not violent. His heart was filled with hope, 
not hatred. His thoughts were of future happiness, not despair. He 
dreamed of the day when all men would live together as brothers in a 
country and a world free of hatred and prejudice, but he knew he 
would not live to see that day. Martin Luther King was assassinated 
on April 4 of this year. It is to his dream, and to his work, and to his 
memory that we dedicate our yearbook this year in the hope that his 
accomplishments will not have been in vain, and we hope and pray 
that his dream may become a reality. 



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Introduction 

Administration and Faculty 

Seniors 

Curricula 

Peabody School 

Undergraduates 

Activities 

Sports 

Class Will 

School Song . 

Sponsors and Advertising 



Pages 1—7 

Pages 8-27 

Pages 28-107 

Pages 108-121 

Pages 122-133 

Pages 134-147 

Pages 148-183 

Pages 184-215 

Pages 216-217 

Pages 218-219 

Pages 220-280 



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Origin of TIOT Name 

Many moons ago, when the redman ruled this region, he gave it 
the name of TIOT, meaning "enclosure of waters" in the language 
of the Neponsets, a branch of the Algonquin tribe. A glance at the 
map shows how appropriate this picturesque name is, for Norwood 
is bounded on the north by Planting Field Brook and Purgatory 
Brook, on the south by Traphole Brook and the Neponset River, 
on the east by the Neponset River, and on the west by Hawes Brook 

and Germany Brook. 



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"Pulchrum est bene facere rei publicae; etiam bene 
dicere haud absurdum est."* "It is glorious to serve 
one's country by deeds; even to serve her by words is a 
thing not to be despised." To every teacher everywhere 
goes the task of helping his students to become active and 
responsible citizens. This can and has been done by 
deeds of heroism, but it is also accomplished by teaching 
and by example. Young people can serve their govern- 
ment in many ways by preparing themselves to be active, 
concerned citizens with a genuine desire to participate 
in making and keeping our country what her founders 
wanted her to be: "A Government of the People, by 
the People, and for the People. " 





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Administration 




MR. JOHN F. MONBOUQUETTE 

Principal of Norwood 

Senior High School 



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Administration 





Mr. John P. Piccirilli 
Vice-Principal 



Mr. Louis J. Buscone 

Administrative Assistant 

Calculus, Algebra 




Miss Katherine E. Ryan 

Dean of Girls 
Chairman Senior Advisers 



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Mr. Martin M. O'Donnell 

Sub-Master 

General Math III 

Economic Geography 



Mr. John B. Kelley 

School Treasurer 

Chairman Business Dept. 

Bookkeeping 



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Guidance 






Mr. Ralph F. Morris 
Guidance Counselor 



Mrs. Helene A. Goepner 
Guidance Counselor 



Mr. Frank L. Jacques 
Guidance Counselor 





EARLY ACCEPTANCE . . . WE CAN DREAM, CAN'T WE? 




Miss Catherine A. Brennan 
Guidance Counselor 



Mrs. Kathryn S. Paige 
Guidance Counselor 



Mr. John A. Poce 
Guidance Counselor 



Mr. Charles Parker 
Guidance Counselor 



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Faculty Candids 




Messieurs Moloney, Griffith and Sweeney 
contemplate those Mid-year Exams 




Mr. Peterson appreciates (?) Mr. Richardson's stories 
or else his "cheesecake" 



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Senior Advisers 




Mr. Paul Vital 

American Government 

U. S. History 




Miss Eileen M. Godino 

Spanish 

Spanish Club 





Mr. Edward F. Sweeney 
International Relations 

U. S. History 
Assistant Track Coach 



Mr. Thomas R. Griffith 
English 




Mrs. Barbara Tuffli 

Math Team Adviser 

Math IV, Algebra II, Geometry 




Miss Kathleen F. Shields 

English 

Creative Writing 




Mr. Wallace E. Peck 

Applied Physics 

PSSC Physics, Earth Science 




Miss Patricia A. Ey 
English 



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Senior Advisers 






Mr. Michael F. Gallahue 

American History 

American Government 

Indoor Track Assistant Coach 



Miss Kathryn Brusie 

General Math 

Algebra, Geometry 

Math IV 




Mrs. Kirby Ortiz de Montellano 
Spanish 



Mr. Kenneth M. Nolet 

Economics 

Varsity Basketball 

J. V. Football 






Mr. Robert J. Bethoney 

Western Civilization II 

Contemporary Problems 

J. V. Football, Wrestling 



Mrs. Florence Riley 

French 
Yearbook Adviser 



Mr. J. Allen Carver 

Geometry, Algebra 

General Math 

Girls' Swimming Coach 



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Junior Advisers 





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Miss Dorothy A. Tolini 
Algebra I, Geometry 

General Math I 
Math Team Adviser 



Mrs. Mary Jo Zaccardi 
Home Economics 

Future Homemakers of 
America Adviser 



Mr. Theodore A. Abraham 
Art 





Miss Ellen L. Walters 

Home Economics, Future 

Homemakers of America Adviser 

Chairman Junior Advisers 



Mrs. Sharon L. Kachmar 
English 






Mr. David J. Hartnett 

Math IV, Algebra II 

General Math II 

Baseball Coach 



Miss Dorothy L. Nugent 
English 



Mr. Franklin Miller 

Geometry, Algebra I 

General Math I 



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Junior Advisers 





Mr. Robert B. Jennings 
Industrial Arts 



Mrs. Blanche H. Shaw 

English 

Public Speaking 




Mr. Giles Parker 

Reading 

Soccer Coach 




Miss Patricia A. Reardon 

U. S. History Advanced 

Placement, U. S. History 

Recent U. S. History 

World Affairs Council Adviser 





Mr. Warner Bucklin 

Western Civilization I 

American Government 

Assistant Varsity Football 

J. V. Basketball 





Mr. Alfred E. Stevens 
English 



Miss Barbara G. Hanks 

Junior Business Training 

Typewriting II 

Office Machines 



Mr. Donald W. Wheeler 
Earth Science 
Hockey Coach 



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Sophomore Advisers 




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Miss Marilyn Smith 
English 



Mrs. M. Elizabeth Callahan 
French 



Mrs. Priscilla Fiore 
English 




Mrs. Katherine M. Sullivan 

English 

Hilltopper Adviser 




Mr. Raymond A. Packert 

Art 

Mechanical Drawing 




Miss Margaret Kenefick 

Shorthand, Typewriting 

Transcription 




Mr. George S. Usevich 

Law, General Business 

Ass't. Student Council Adviser 

Foreign Exchange Club 

Town Government Day 




Mrs. Rebecca Howe 
English 




Mr. Fred K. Richardson 

Head Coach Indoor Track 

Outdoor Track 

Cross Country 



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Sophomore Advisers 




Mrs. Anne E. O'Brien 

General Business Training 

Typewriting 

Chairman Sophomore Advisers 




Mr. Peter C. Davis 

Western Civilization I, H 

Economics 





Miss Elizabeth O'Sullivan 
English 




Mr. Walter J. Peterson 
English, English 400 



Mrs. Elizabeth R. Horgan 
English 




Mr. M. Roger La Voie 
French 




Miss'Louise G. McCormack 
English 




Mr. Horace E. Fader 

Biology 

Advanced Placement Biology 



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Freshman Advisers 





Mr. James E. Rooney 
Mechanical Drawing 




Mrs. Kathleen D. Couture 

Shorthand, Typing 

Future Business Leaders of 

America Adviser 

Chairman Freshman Advisers 




Mr. Lorin Maloney 

Latin, English 

Cross Country Coach 




THE CUP THA T CHEERS 




Mr. James R. Tozier 

General Math 

Algebra 




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Miss Diana J. Zepka 

Algebra I, Geometry 

General Math 




Mr. Christopher B. Lee 

Earth Science 

Freshman Football Coach 



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Freshman Advisers 




Mr. Eugene D. Zoller 

American Government 

U. S. History 

Chess Club Adviser 




Mrs. Leslie Sabin 
Spanish, French 




Mr. Thomas J. MacDonough 
Western Civilization I, II 




Mr. Gilbert F. Dehler 
Latin 




Miss Patricia Mulhearn 
Drama, English 




Miss Charlotte Fulton 
General Business Training 
Typing I, Personal Typing 




Mr. Domenic Compagnone 
Math 




Mr. James B. Phillips 
Reading 



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Freshman Advisers 




Mr. Paul Wilgoren 
English 




Miss Janet Meade 

American Government 

U. S. History 




Mr. Lawrence C. Gentile 
General Math I, Geometry 
Intermediate Senior Math 





Wassail with the Guidance Department 




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Mrs. Delores L. Staton 
French 




Miss Evelyn V. Brawley 

Biology 

Biology Club Adviser 




Mr. Jerome B. Cullen 

Earth Science, Biology 

Football, Wrestling Coach 



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Special Advisers 





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Mr. William E. St. Laurent 

General Music 

Music Appreciation 

Girls' Choir 



Mrs. Mary Rideout 
Home Economics 



Mr. James A. Dunn 

Chairman Math Department 

Math, Algebra 





Mr. Arthur M. Gulla 

Physical Education 

Football 

Freshman Track 



Miss Ruth M. Johngren 

Chairman Foreign 

Language Department 

French 





Mrs v Anna G. Gallos 

Concert Choral 

Theory, Voice, General Music 

Madrigals 



Miss Jacqueline Haslett 
Physical Education 

Field Hockey 
Varsity Basketball 




Mr. Richard L. Bonin 

Chairman History Department 

Russian Studies, Asian Studies 

Contemporary Problems 




Mr. Benjamin Malvinni 

Physical Education 

Boys' Gymnastics 

Tennis 



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Special Advisers 




Mr. John J. Flaherty 

Chairman English Department 

English 




Mrs. Anneliese K. Wainer 
German 




Mr. Paul M. Alberta 

Director of Music 

Stage Band Ensembles, Band 




Mr. Dino A. Fiore 

Physics 

Chairman Science Department 




Miss Mary Hubbard 

English 

Student Council Adviser 




Mr. Charles D. O'Malley 
Special Class Teacher 




Mr. Orlando M. Scafati 
Director of Athletics 

Supervisor of 
Physical Education 




Mrs. Poppy A. Mastrovita 
Physical Education 
Tennis, Gymnastics 




Miss Laura B. Wick 
Chemistry 



Mr. Francis T. McAuliffe 

Mechanical Drawing 

Electronics 



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Special Advisers 




Mr. Thomas Burbridge 

Audio-Visual Supervisor 

Freshman Baseball, Biology 




Miss Florence T. Sullivan 

Physical Education 
J. V. Basketball, Softball 




Mr. Pritchett A. Klugh 
Chemistry 




Mrs. Tillie Coburn 

Geometry, Algebra 

National Honor Society 




Mr. Paul W. Frost, Jr. 
Biology, Chemistry 




Mrs. M. Theresa Sweeney 
Librarian 




Mr. Joseph Katchpole 

Physical Education 

Boys' Health, Trainer 



Mr. Leonard M. Eldridge 
Art Department 



Mr. Joseph L. Goodwin 

Industrial Arts 

Industrial Arts Club 



Mr. Edward E. Simpson 
Metal and Power Mechanics 



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Secretarial Staff and School Nurse 




Mrs. Catherine Perednia 
Guidance Secretary 





Miss Jean M. Connolly 
School Secretary 



Mrs. Mary L. Breen 
School Nurse 




Mrs. Nancy Curtis 
/. 8. M. Assistant 




Mrs. A. Gertrude Thompson 
Assistant School Secretary 




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Miss Madge Walker 
Assistant School Secretary 




Mrs. Eleanor Flaherty 
Library Secretary 




Mrs. Grace McMullin 
Guidance Secretary 



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Maintenance and Lunchroom Personnel 



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Maintenance Crew 

Dorei, Hughes, Webber, Fulton, Shaw, Schortmann, Syverson 




Lunchroom Personnel 

Row I: Mesdames: Connolly, Dir., Jennings, Bowes, Bongo, Curran 
Sullivan, Thompson, O'Brien, Millin, Curran 

Row II: DeCosta, Hayes, Bishop, O'Malley, MacNeil, Bamber, Peake, 
Walker, Conton, West 



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SEIllORi 
















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John Kennedy's inaugural address quickened the 
hearts and minds of not only our nation but of the 
world, particularly of young people everywhere. The 
memory of his inspired words "Ask not what your 
country can do for you— ask what you can do for your 
country" is imperishable. And "Let every nation know, 
whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any 
price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any 
friend, oppose any foe to assure the survival and success 
of liberty" must again become our rallying cry. It is 
essential to our nation's well-being that we be active, 
creative^ people because it is in this way that we can 
contribute to our country's advancement. Neither 
apathy nor complacency can help a nation grow. 





GAYLE ABBATE 

15 McKinley Road 
Cheerleader 2; Biology Club 2; Future Homemakers of Amer- 
ica; Pep Club; Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale. 



Unique in her reactions . . 
charm than the classroom 
social side. 



the world at large holds more 
. . an active participant on the 



"Steve' 



STEVEN ROBERT ABBATE 

15 McKinley Road 
Freshman Party Committee; Football 1, 2; Track 3; Senior 
Musicale. 



Gets around and so sees much of the world . 
favorite period . . . his smile speaks for him. 



lunch is his 




JAMES E. ABEL "Jim" 

3 Orleans Road 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council, 1; English 400; Honor 
Roll, 1, 2, 3. 

A contemplative young lad with a Pennsylvania accent . . . 
a true lover of music ... a sometime engineer. 



JOYCE DENNYCE ABROMOWSKI 

2 Garfield Avenue 
Biology Club 2; Hilltopper 1, 2, 3; Senior Play; Senior Mu- 
sicale; Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Com- 
mittee; Junior Prom Committee; Tiot Art Editor; Art Club. 

Original and creative, this girl's future lies in the field of 
art . . . appealing appearance, charming personality. 

JAMES ANDREW AICARDI 

28 Third Street 
National Council of Teachers of English Nominee; Mem- 
ber of It's Academic team; Chamber of Commerce Essay 
finalist; National Merit Semi-finalist; Hilltopper Business 
Manager. 

A whiz in science . . . unafraid to voice his opinions . . . uses 
his diverse abilities well ... a folk music enthusiast. 






CAROL ANNE ALEXANDROWICZ 

11 McKinley Road 
Spanish Club 2, 4; Tennis Team 3; Gymnastics 3; Pep Club 
3, 4; Sophomore Party Committee; Senior Musicale; Honor 
Roll 3. 

An attractive blonde with a fair complexion . . . Carol is con- 
servative in dress and action. 

THERESA ANN ALFORD 

518 Washington Street 
Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale. 

As a new member of our class this year, Theresa fits in 
well . . . her cheerful outlook on life makes her persona grata 
with us all . . . trim and tastefully attired. 



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JEFFRY NEAL ALTMAN "Jeff" 

82 Maple Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Swimming 3, 4; Senior Musi- 
cale; Senior Prom Committee; Soccer 4. 

Jeff is always cheerful and optimistic . . . quick to see the 
humor in any situation . . . polite and unassuming. 



JEAN MARIE AMIRAULT "Jeanie" 

93 Vernon Street 
Newspaper 2, 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; 
Publicity Committee Student Government Day; Senior Play; 
Senior Musicale. 

A sweet, retiring type of girl who is stronger scholastically 
than she appears . . . soft-spoken but strong-minded. 



MARTHA ANASTASIA 

19 Cranmore Road 
Future Homemakers of America; Future Business Leaders 
of America; Pep Club 3, 4. 

Quiet but not shy . . . sociable and friendly . . 
opinions and demeanor. 





MARILYN JEAN ANDERSON 

168 Lane Drive 
Pep Club 3, 4; Senior Play; Senior Musicale; Freshman and 
Sophomore Party Committees; Future Homemakers of 
America 3. 



A strong proponent of school activities . 
taking the big step next fall, we hear. 



Marilyn wiU be 



"Andy" 



RONALD JOHN ANDERSON 

44 Adams Street 
Freshman Party Committee; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Prom 
Committee; Senior Musicale. 

Strongest arm on the baseball team . . . dark-haired and good- 
looking, Andy attracts many a feminine glance. 



FRANK JOSEPH ANELLO 

58 Hillside Avenue 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Student Coun- 
cil 1, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; 
Senior Play; Senior Musicale. 



A sharp dresser whose manners are polished 
alist with a mature personality. 



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LEE ARMSTRONG 

17 Devon Road 
Field Hockey 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; 
Hilltopper 3, 4. 



Her soft smile reflects her friendliness to all . 
lithe . . . always alert and understanding. 



. athletic and 





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ROBERT LAWRENCE BAKER "Bob" 

150 Codman Road 
Choralaires 1, 2; Cross Country 1, 2, 4; Indoor Track 2, 4; 
Golf Team 3; Outdoor Track 4. 

"Industry is the parent of success". . . a hard and thorough 
worker . . . never gives up . . . very courteous. 



YARA MARIA BANNWART 

24 Rosemary Street 
Student Council 4; A.F.S. Club; Basketball 4; Senior Play. 

A Brazilian beauty who has added many humorous and 
pleasant days to our lives . . . enthusiastic about everyone 
and everything she sees in lier adopted country. 



CATHERINE BARTKIEWICZ "Cathy" 

1358 Washington Street 
Pep Club 3, 4; Sophomore Party Committee; Senior Party 
Committee; Senior Musicale. 

Pleasing personality and engaging manner . . . she's in on 
the fun, but does her sliare of schoolwork . . . lias an artistic 
talent. 



SHEILA MARY BARTON 

39 Rockhill Street 
Pep Club 3, 4; Sophomore Party Committee; Senior Musicale. 

Tall and willowy . . . fashionable and compatible . . . Sheila 
is conscientious and dependable. 



JOHN J. BAXTER "J. B." 

10 Upton Avenue 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Committee; 
Senior Musicale. 

Walks on the wild side . . . likes action, and knows where to 
find it . . . always keeps a straight face when he cracks those 
jokes. 





RUTH ANN BAYER "Ruthi" 

193 Walpole Street 
Cheerleader 1; Pep Club 3, 4; Student Council 4; Foreign 
Exchange Club 4; Freshman and Sophomore Party Commit- 
tees; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale. 

Overflowing with pep and personality . . . Ruth is "always 
where the action is". . . loves to watch all school sports in 
Norwood and surrounding towns. 

ROBERT ARTHUR BECKER "Bob" 

120 Wilson Street 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Industrial 
Arts Club 3. 

Small but rugged . . . very knowledgeable about cars and 
loves working around them . . . fishing and hunting are his 
other interests . . . Blue Hills Vocational School is his next 



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ROBERT K. BEGLEY "Bob" 

22 Beech Street 
Student Council 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Football 1; Junior Prom Committee; Student Government 
Day; Senior Prom Committee; Executive Board Student 
Council. 

Everyone knowns Bob . . . good on the diamond, terrific on the 
ice, and right in on the social whirl . . . magnificent class 
spirit. 

STEVEN C. BENKER "Steve" 

42 Glendale Road 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Industrial Arts 
Club. 

Likes to fish and hunt ... a quiet yet friendly personality 
. . . plans to go into the plumbing business. 



CHERYL BENNETT "Cherri" 

7 Suffolk Drive 
Art Club 2; Pep Club 3, 4; Senior Play; Freshman Party 
Committee; Future Business Leaders of America; Future 
Homemakers of America. 

Her blond hair and fair complexion create a pleasing picture 
. . . tall and graceful . . . horses are her special hobby but 
"sea and ski" also appeal. 





MARK BERARD 

552 Nichols Street 
Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale. 



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A tall, well-tailored military school import from New York 
. . . enjoys hunting and skin-diving . . . finds N. H. 8. a bit 
conservative. 

MARY CLAIRE BILLOTTE 

717 Pleasant Street 
Business Club; Pep Club; Future Homemakers of America; 
Freshman Party Committee. 

A warm smile for everyone . . . never seen alone at any 
'gathering . . . knows how to knock those pins down and 
she's a "whiz" on rollerskates. 



KATHRYN ANNE BIRMINGHAM "Birm" 

156 Spruce Road 
Pep Club 3, 4; Yearbook Typing Committee; Freshman and 
Sophomore Party Committees; Junior Prom Committee; 
Senior Musicale; Honor Roll 1, 2. 

Her wardrobe is as colorful as a rainbow . . . Birm's a bit 
of an imp but very nice and she always keeps the kids 
laughing. 

MARK A. BISHOP "Bish" 

7 Fieldbrook Drive 
Creative Writing; Freshman' and Sophomore Party Com- 
mittees; Senior Musicale. 

WeU-liked by the opposite sex . . . numerous friends out- 
side of school as well as inside . . . good in the literary field 
as shown by his publication in the National Essay Press. 





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PAUL RICHARD BONATZ 

6 Kent Road 
Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Senior Play; Senior Musicale; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 

Always casual yet never lax . . . conducts a steady court- 
ship . . . "Wunderbar" in the estimation of his friends. 

LOUISE MARIE BONGO "Lou" 

56 Windsor Road 
Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Pep Club 3; 
Yearbook Typing Committee. 



An active participant on the social side . 
outgoing . . . dresses with a stylish flair. 



friendly and 



CAROL BONHAM 

46 Woodland Road 
Choralaires 2; Foreign Exchange Club 2; Sophomore Party 
Committee; Pep Club 3, 4; Senior Play; Foreign Exchange 
Club 4; Senior Musicale. 

Good sense of humor and persistent in whatever she under- 
takes . . . very fond of basketball . . . hopes to become an 
elementary school teacher. 



ROBERT FITZGERALD BOOMHOWER "Bob' 

53 Howard Street 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Senior Musi- 
cale. 

Bob always looks well-dressed with more than a bit of 
"mod" influence . . . his artistic inclination and ability pre- 
dict a future in the field of art. 

JAMES FRANCIS BOPP "Jim" 

190 Vernon Street 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees: Senior 
Musicale. 

Jim is the possessor of a very amiable disposition . . . his ever 
smiling face is indicative of his happy attitude tmvard life. 






PETER BORRONI "Pete" 

79 Jefferson Drive 
Industrial Arts Club 3; Gymnastics 2, 3, 4; Freshman Party 
Committee; Sophomore Party Committee. 

Loves tliat free feeling he gets at 2:35 . . . takes charge of 
all situations . . . stands firm against a cluxllenge. 



JOHN BOWERS 

52 Cross Street 
Wrestling Team 2, 3, 4; Freshman and Sophomore Party 
Committees; Junior Prom Committee. 

Calm and cautious . . . looks rather distinguished with 
those sideburns . . . this boy knows where he's going. 



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MICHAEL BRIAN BOWERS "Mike" 

52 Cross Street 
Photography Club 1; Track Team 1, 2; Honor Roll 1, 3; 
Senior Musicale. 

That stentorian voice demands the attentioyi of all . . . 
inspiring and imaginative . . . likes folk music. 

ELLEN MARY BREEN 

82 Rosemary Street 
Student Council 3; Election Commission 2, 3, 4; Field Hock- 
ey 2; French Club 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; Year- 
book Circulation Committee. 



A conscientious girl of attractive appearance 
personality and an able student. 



a winning 



KEVIN L. BREEN 

126 Jefferson Drive 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Junior Pron 
Committtee; Senior Musicale. 

Squarely built and rugged . . . given to wisecracks . . 
loves cars . . . hopes to be a marine meclianic. 






PATRICIA ANNE BROWNE "Patty" 

73 Crestwood Circle 
Pep Club; Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; 
Junior Prom Committee; Field Hockey 2; Senior Musicale; 
Softball 4; Basketball 4. 

Patty is one of the easy-going members of the class of 1968 
. . . never one to make mountains out of molehills . . . her 
cheery hello brightens any day. 

DONNA FRANCES BUCCILLI "D. B." 

48 Winfield Street 
Art Club 2; Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; 
Pep Club; Junior Prom Committee. 



Artistically inclined 
ing around town . . 
business. 



. always seen in her Mustang, roam- 
expects to enter the beauty culture 



RONALD PAUL BUCHANAN "Bucky" 

756 Neponset Street 
Senior Prom Committee; Senior Play; Senior Musicale. 

A welcome rvewcomer to Norwood High ■ ■ ■ "Bucky" plans 
to become a commercial artist . . . all kinds of water sports 
appeal to him. 

PATRICIA LEE BURKE "Pat" 

26 Yew Drive 
Cheerleader 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Yearbook Circulation Staff; 
Junior Prom Committee. 

A good-looking and hard-working cheerleader . . . Pat is 
known and admired by all for her dedication to school 
projects. 




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CAROL BURNS "Burnsie" 

9 South St., Walpole, Mass. 
Freshman and Sophomore Parties; Step Party, Peabody 
School. 

A likeable girl with a calm, pleasant manner . . . Carol is a 
fine seamstress; but having an interest in hairstyling, she 
is headed for study in that direction. 

LINDA ANN BUTTLAR "Lyn" 

11 Forest Road, Westwood 
Perfect Attendance Award; Freshman Party; Step Party. 

Friendly with many, but sociable with a chosen few, Linda 
has a faculty for seeing the amusing side of things . . . 
her activities include boivling and skating. 



CAROL ANN CAFFERTY 

498 Nichols Street 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Junior Prom 
Committee. 

Her demure appearance may be deceiving as she is very 
sociable within her own circle of friends and is weU liked 
by her classmates. 



ERNEST W. CAMPBELL "Ernie" 

33 Alandale Parkway 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Senior Prom 
Committee; Senior Musicale. 

Ernie loves laughter . . . nothing gets him down . . . an end- 
less supply of jokes keeps his confrerers in the stitches. 

JOSEPHINE ANN CAMPILIO "Jo" 

40 Neponset Street 
Pep Club; Business Club; Freshman Party Committee; 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Committee; 
Senior Musicale. 

Not one to run with the crowd . . . consistently well-groomed 
and courteous . . . easy to get along with . . . reserved but 
not unfriendly. 





JAMES ROBERT CAMPISANO "Jim" 

110 Jefferson Drive 
Industrial Arts Club 3; Freshman and Sophomore Party 
Committees; Senior Musicale. 

The outdoor life appeals to Jim . . . he is weU liked by the 
feminine half of the class . . . school fails to excite him. 

MARGARET C. CAPASSO "Peggie" 

34 Lincoln Street 
French Club 2, 4; Exchange Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; 
Sophomore Party Committee; Senior Play. 

"Peggie's" finesse as a couturiere is exemplified by her 
smart wardrobes ... a strong supporter of athletic contests. 



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ANNE MARIE CARCHEDI 

28 Birch Road 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Cheerleader 
3. 4; Senior Musicale; Gymnastics 2. 

Although Anne is a one-man woman, those long brown 
tresses receive many a glance . . . an established member 
of the "in" crowd. 

CHARLES DAVID CARCHEDI "Charlii 

2 Brookfield Road 
Stage Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2; Freshman Part, 
Committee; Senior Musicale. 

A party is not complete without Charlie's band ... a greai 
guitarist who will pursue a musical career . . . cool, calm, 
and collected. 




DAVID SHAW CAREY "Dave" 

150 Walpole Street 
Wrestling 1; Biology Club; Junior Prom Committee; Year- 
book Staff; Art Editor 4; Honorable Mention Science Fair 1. 

A very capable artist, Dave will paint his way to success . . . 
a blond "hunk" with admirers of both sexes .. .an unusually 
fine sense of humor. 




MICHAEL J. CAREY "Mike" 

33 Fieldbrook Drive 
Student Council 1, 2, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Senior 
Prom Committee; Basketball 1; Advertising Editor of Tiot. 

An extremely versatile personality . . . possesses that "just- 
right" combination of good looks, wit and intelligence. 

NANCY LOUISE CARTY "Nance" 

30 Margaret Street 
Pep Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 4; Language Lab Aide 4; Fresh- 
man Party Committee; Art Club 2; Gymnastics 2; Honor 
Roll 2; Sophomore Party Committee. 

A petite package of pep and personality . . . artistic and 
adept at decorating ... a diligent, trustworthy lab aide. 



DANIEL JOHN CASHMAN "Dan" 

565 Pleasant Street 
Cross Country Track 1, 2; Student Council 1; Gymnastics 1, 
2; Senior Musicale. 

A handsome guy who neve, . ashes through his tasks . . . 
refuses to worry about scholastic matters ... a lover of 
outdoor sports. 

KATHLEEN CASSIDY "Hop" 

183 Jefferson Drive 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Junior Prom 
Committee; Pep Club 3; Yearbook Typing Committee 4; 
Honor Roll 3; Senior Musicale. 

A merry disposition and a mischievous twinkle in her eye 
. . . dresses with a stylish flair. 




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SCOTT EDWARD CHAPMAN "Scotty" 

830 Pleasant Street 
Choralaires 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore and Junior Prom Com- 
mittees. 

Scotty likes to tinker with cars . . . active and talkative . . . 
enthusiastic about swimming, skin diving and feminine 
company. 

JOSEPH R. CHERMESINO "Joe" 

30 Cambridge Road 
Chess team 1; Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees. 

Aloof from the crowd, yet always friendly . . . his smile 
alone is sufficient to win him friends. 



FREDERICK BRUCE CHISHOLM "Fred" 

29 AJandale Parkway 
Gymnastics 2; Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; 
Senior Play. 

Hopes for a future in law enforcement . . . enjoys a good 
laugh anytime . . . "There is no greater everyday virtue than 
cheerfulness." 



PAUL CHULLY 

1032 Washington Street 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committee; Senior 
Musieale. 

A television connoisseur . . . pursues an independent course 
of study . . . a great guitar player. 



BEVERLY ANN CISTERNELLI "BeV" 

37 Redwood Drive 
Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Sophomore Party 
Committee. 



Casual and informal 
thoroughly nice. 



attracted to all sport events 





JOAN MARIE CLEARY "Joanie" 

60 Bellevue Avenue 
Choralaires 1, 2; Hilltopper 2; Pep Club 3, 4; Gymnastics 4; 
Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Play. 



A bubble of laughter and fun 
an unlikely pedagogue. 



carefree and casual . 



"Cathy' 



CATHLEEN H. COAKLEY 

11 Longfellow Road 
Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 
4; Class Officer 1, 3, 4; Election Commission 2, 3, 4; Elec- 
tion Commission Chairman 4; Junior Prom Committee; 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Sponsor Editor. 

Sports are her main interest but academics follow closely 
. . . an able class officer and student council member . . . 
popular and attractive. 



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PHILIP O. COAKLEY, JR. "Phil" 

11 Longfellow Road 
Student Government Day; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; 
Freshman Party Committee. 

One of Norwood's hoop stars . . . active in social circles 
also . . . finds much enjoyment in weekends. 



STEVEN JOHN COLETTA "Steve" 

406 Winter Street 
Football 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1; Hockey 1, 3; Tennis 1; Junior 
Prom Committee. 

Always laughing and causing laughter, Steve's sense of humor 
has never failed him ... a motorcycle enthusiast. 



ROBERT M. COLLINS, JR. 

58 Myrtle Street 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committee; Senior Musi- 
cale. 

Spends all his time around motorcycles . . . his world cen- 
ters around racing. Bob preserves his equanimity on all 
occasions, even in the fastest company. 






DOROTHEA MARY CONLEY "Dottie" 

37 Richland Road 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Basketball 2; 
Softball 2; Pep Club 3, 4; Senior Play; Senior Musicale; 
Honor Roll 1, 2. 



She's loquacious, vivacious, and tenacious 
sports fan, too* 



a loyal 



"Cathy" 



CATHERINE NORA CONROY 

264 Railroad Avenue 
Field Hockey 1; Tennis 2; Freshman and Sophomore Party 
Committees; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale. 

A true "sportsman" on or off the playing field . . . always 
careful and courteous . . . persevering and usually successful. 



KATHLEEN M. CORMIER "Kathy" 

126 Monroe Street 
Concert Choir; Newspaper Literary Editor; Wrentham Men- 
tal Health Careers Program; Creative Writing Club. 

A well-traveled girl who is at ease any place and any time 
... a top notch student with a well organized mind and a 
charming smile. 



SUSAN R. CORMIER "Sue" 

11 Heather Drive 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; French Club 
2, 3, 4; Senior Musicale; Pep Club 3, 4. 

Susan enjoys being the center of attention . . . flirtatious 
and full of life . . . always has a friendly greeting. 





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CHRISTINE M. COTTER 

20 Surrey Road 
Pep Club 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; 



"Tina" 



Senior Musicale. 



"Tina" has a strong interest in a neighboring town . . . 
always fun to have around . . . sports consume a large part 
o{ her time. 

LAWRENCE S. COTTON "Larry" 

12 Heather Drive 
Honor Roll 1; Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale. 



Wo one knoios where Larry gets his energy 
friendly . . . laughs vigorously and often. 



extremely 



DANA D. CRAIG 

67 Hill Street 
Math 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Circulation Editor; Student Council; 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Honor Roll 
1, 2, 3, 4; English 400. 

The scholastic leader of our class . . . extremely knowledge- 
able about the world around him . . . quiet, but never moody 
. . . the acme of intelligence. 



JOHN PATRICK CRONIN "Jack" 

123 Spruce Road 
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 
4; Class President 2; Yearbook Circulation Committee; Cap- 
tain Hockey Team. 

The tall, dark and handsome type who holds the hearts of 
many senior girls . . . high-spirited captain of our "icemen" 
. . . respected by all. 

PAULA CATHERINE CROOK 

8 Canterbury Drive 
Choralaires 1, 2; Hilltopper 2, 3, 4; Foreign Exchange Club 
2, 3; Vice-President 4; Pep Club 3, 4; French Club 1, 2; Year 
Book Circulation Committee; Softball 1, 3, 4; Cheerleader 
2, 3; Captain 4. 

Our enthusiastic captain of the cheerleaders, Paula is well- 




liked and well-groomed 



all occasions a born leader. 





JAMES FRANCIS CURRAN "Jim" 

26 Azalea Drive 
Hockey 1; Honor Roll 1; Wrestling 1, 2; Senior Musicale. 

Dapper in appearance . . . possesses a league of feminine ad- 
mirers . . . itsually found in the center of things. 

JANICE LOUISE CURRAN "Jan" 

15 Allen Road 
Future Homemakers of America 3; Library Aide 4; Fresh- 
man and Sophomore Party Committees; Senior Musicale; 
Pep Club; Senior Prom Committee. 

Underneath her silence there is sincerity and kindness . . . 
a sunshine heart and a sold of song. 



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LEONARD CURRAN "Lenny" 

11 Kenwood Drive 
Student Council 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 2. 

"The fruit derived from labor is the sweetest of pleasures" 
. . . to be commended for his industry and perseverance . . . 
a tndy unselfish young man. 

PHYLLIS ANN CUSHING "Phyll" 

79 Fisher Street 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Junior Prom 
Committee; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2; Tennis 3, 
4; Hilltopper 2, 3, 4; French Club 4; Honor Roll 2, 3; Art 
Editor of Hilltopper 4. 

As agile as an acrobat and attractive besides . . . always 
beatitifully attired . . . her manners, personality, and ability 
make her a standout anywhere. 



ELLEN ELIZABETH DANGELO 

27 Countryside Lane 
Library Aide 3, 4; Pep Club; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale. 

Friendly and companionable . . . her manner is congenial 
her humor keen . . . mild-mannered and courteous. 





JAMES DAVID "Jim" 

25 Allen Road 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4. 

He played excellent defense for the Mustangs this year . . . 
a fine student with proper decorum and savoir-faire. 

CAROLYN R. DEASY 

38 Spruce Road 
Choralaires 1, 2; Newspaper Staff 1, 2, 3; Editor-in-Chief of 
Hilltopper 3; Foreign Exchange Club 1, 2, 3, 4; President 4; 
Circulation Editor of Yearbook 4; National Honor Society 
3, 4. 

A perfectionist in all she does, Carolyn is destined for suc- 
cess . . . intelligent and attractive as well . . . she lives up 
to every obligation. 



DAVID DE COSTA "Dave" 

31 North Avenue 
Wrestling 2, 3; Jr. Council of World Affairs; Freshman 
Party Committee; Senior Musicale. 

Man-about-town, given to sartorial deviations from the high 
school norm . . . even-tempered and mild of manner. 

ELIZABETH ROSE DEEB "Debbie" 

19 Greenwich Road 
Softball 1, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; French Club; Freshman and 
Sophomore Party Committees; Senior Play Committee; Sen- 
ior Musicale. 

Beautiful dark hair and eyes . . . usually in the middle of 
things with her car ... a sports fan and an active partici- 
pant in many. 




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RAY DEGAETANO "Ray" 

7 Greenwich Road 
Choralaires 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1; Sophomore Party Com- 
mittee; Junior Prom Committee. 



Can handle himself in any situation 
likes to meet new people. 



never inactive 



MAUREEN ANN DeLUCA 

49 Brookfield Road 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Junior Prom 
Committee; Hilltopper 1, 2, 3; Field Hockey 2; Pep Club 
3, 4; French Club 4; Future Homemakers Club 4. 

Statuesque in appearance with a charming smile ... in- 
gratiating and helpful, requisites for her nursing career. 



JEAN DEMPSEY 

222 Lenox Street 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Senior Mu- 
sicale. 



Jean is a girl with many interests 
back riding are her special ties . . . 



. . bowling and horse- 
pleasant and sincere. 



JOSEPH DENISI "Joe" 

36 Cross Street 
Photography Club; Football 1; Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees. 

Joe is big and husky enough to become one of Norwood's 
Finest , i.e. — the police force . . . photography and cars are 
his extra-curricular interests. 

YVONNE DENNETT "Evie" 

1022 Main St., Millis 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Red Cross 
Committee; Peabody School. 

Abrupt in speech, crisp in manner, but gentle at heart . . . 
Yvonne is always willing to help others . . . her future seems 
directed toward hairdressing. 






RONALD DENNIS DENNING "Ronnie" 

50 Montrose St., Somerville 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Step Party, 
Peabody School; Student Cooperative Association. 

Quiet and mature . . . possesses a certain suavity of manner 
. . . well-dressed and poised . . . music is the elixir of life 
for him. 



ELEANOR DESTITO "Ellie" 

9 Glendale Road 
Pep Club 3; Drama Club 4; Freshman and Sophomore Party 
Committees. 

A tall, attractive girl with a warm sense of humor . . . keeps 
many a class laughing . . . school is secondary to EUie. 



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RICHARD DeVIRGILIO "Rich" 

17 Berwick Place 
Indoor Track 2, 3, 4; Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 3; 
Senior Play; Hilltopper 3. 

"With perseverance one surmounts all difficulties". . . Rich 
shows fine spirit on the track team . . . ready to take up a 
challenge anytime. 

ARLEEN DICKSON 

18 Cameron Road 
Pep Club; Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; 
Senior Musicale. 

A soft-spoken, studious girl . . . generally rather reticent 
but her smile is radiant and her friends are many. 



THOMAS J. DlMARZO 

40 Andrews Street 
Choralaires 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1 
2; Freshman Party Committee; Junior Prom Committee 
Senior Musicale; Honor Roll 2. 




An ardent conversationalist . . 
outstanding Norwood hurdlers 
the Concert Chorale. 



has continued the line of 
. . the "Andy Williams" of 





CAROLYN DlSANTO "Ca" 

38 William Street, Walpole 
Peabody Press Club; Freshman and Sophomore Party Com- 
mittees; Step Party Peabody School. 

Retiring in manner, endowed with good looks . . . Carolyn 
successfully projects a warm personality . . . her ambition 
for the future is to own her own fashion shop. 

PATRICIA CATHERINE DOHERTY "Pat" 

31 Alandale Parkway 
Ticket Seller 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Senior Musicale. 



A gracious girl with many fine qualities 
voice and a charming, friendly smile. 



a soft, pleasant 



GAIL B. DOLD 

17 Kathleen Lane 
Choralaires 1, 2; World Affairs Council 3, 4; Chess Club 4; 
Field Hockey 1, 2; French Club 4; Drama 3; Senior Musicale; 
Honor Roll 1. 

Life is fun and meant to be enjoyed . . . Gail will and can 
imitate anyone . . . she's a student of human nature, too. 

PATRICIA ANN DONLAN "Pat" 

531 Nahatan Street 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; French Club 
2, 4; Foreign Exchange Club 2; Pep Club 3, 4; Senior Musi- 
cale. 

The most loyal of hockey fans . . . "Pat" seems quiet but 
we know better . . . always fashion-conscious and dressed 
a la mode. 




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STEPHEN DENNIS DONOVAN 

151 Cottage Street 
Football 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4; 
Yearbook Circulation Committee; Executive Board Student 
Council; Harvard Book Prize; Class President 3, 4; Captain 
Basketball Team. 

His sense of leadership and responsibility earned him the 
Harvard Book axoard as well as the esteem of his classmates 
... a student and an athlete. 

DANIEL HERBERT DORION "Dan" 

27 Prospect Street 
Gymnastics, Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees. 

Dan is a good-looking, pleasant -spoken lad with a nonchalant 
air . . . his agility in gymnastics is well-known. 



SUSAN DOWNS "Sue' 1 

54 Richland Road 
Pep Club; Junior and Senior Prom Committees; Drama Club; 
Gymnastics 4; Senior Play Committee. 

Tall and pretty . . . at ease with her group of friends . . . 
should make an able secretary. 



■*. 



KATHERINE DOYLE "Denise" 

309 Winter Street 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Junior Prom 
Committee; Future Homemakers; Pep Club 3, 4. 

Denise lias a distinctive "mod" taste in clothes and is al- 
ways well-groomed . . . lias the right word for every occasion. 

DEBORAH K. DRAY "Debbie" 

52 Berwick Place 
Drama Club; Field Hockey 1, 2; Biology Club; Chairman 
Yearbook Typing Committee; Business Club; Senior Play; 
Senior Prom Committee; Student Council; Senior Musicale; 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 4. 

Gifted with more than her sluxre of friendliness and intelli- 
gence . . . active socially . . . dependable and trustworthy. 





KEVIN HUGH DUGAN "Kev" 

40 Prospect Avenue 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale. 



A classroom prankster and a lady's man 
to dance . . . very lively and loquacious. 



"Kev" likes 



"Will" 



Senior Mu- 



WILLIAM IRVAN DURNING 

83 Winfield Street 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; 
sicale; Junior Prom Committee. 

Has a keen interest in the anatomy of the automobile . . 
makes the most of all that comes his way. 



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SYLVIA J. DYER 

26 Wheelock Avenue 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Class Officer 
1; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Play; Senior Musicale; 
Pep Club 4. 

Sweet and appealing . . . often attracts that second look 
from the opposite sex . . . Sylvia will make a most attractive 
and competent nurse. 

WILLIAM PATRICK DYNAN "Bill" 

94 Juniper Drive 
Student Council, 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-Chairman of Election Com- 
mittee 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Chairman; Cross Country 1, 2; 
Indoor Track 1, 2; Hilltopper Staff 1, 2, 3; Debating Team. 

SiZZ's experience on the election commission was good train- 
ing for his future . . . he handled all problems with ease . . . 
busy socially as well as in school activities. 



BARBARA RUTH EDWARDS 

30 Richland Road 
Pep Club 3, 4; Biology Club; Junior Prom Committee; Bas- 
ketball 4; Second Prize Science Fair 1. 

Barb sails in and out of predicaments . . . given to uncon- 
trollable bursts of merriment . . . sure to attain her ambition 
in nursing. 





KAREN EGAN 

16 Marlboro Street 
Basketball 1, 2; Field Hockey 1, 2; Pep Club 3, 4; Honor 
Roll 1, 2; English 400; Junior Prom Committee; Spanish Club 
4; Officer 4. 



Karen is a summer girl and loves the beach sports . 
make an attractive teacher. 



she'U 



NAUREEN MARIE EGAN 

16 Deerfield Road 
French Club 2, 3, 4; Freshman and Sophomore Party Com- 
mittees; Junior Prom Committee; Honor Roll 1, 2. 

Lovely but mischievous . . . loves to be in the thick of 
things and to make life interesting . . . well-liked by her 
classmates. 



JUDITH ANN EKHOLM "Judy" 

33 Hemlock Street 
Pep Club; Tennis 1, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale. 

Modest and unassuming with a quiet voice and gentle man- 
ner . . . generous and sympathetic . . . will make a fine nurse. 

KAREN LEE ELIAS 

14 St. George Avenue 
Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Hilltopper 2, 3, 4; Secretary of Spanish 
Club 3; Feature Editor of Hilltopper 4; Ticket Committee; 
Junior Prom Committee. 

Her persistence and ability make her a fine all-around stu- 
dent . . . understanding and sympathetic ... a small 'girl 
with a big heart. 




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GEORGE STEPHEN ELLEGOOD "Steve" 

40 Redwood Drive 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Senior Mu- 
sicale; Senior Prom Committee. 

The classroom is his favorite place of relaxation . . . jocose 
and fond of merry-making . . . hopes to be a lab technician. 



GREGORY JOSEPH ELLIS "Greg" 

108 Audubon Road 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Sen- 
ior Play Set Committee; Senior Musicale. 

Diminutive in size but not in character and personality . . 
quiet and cooperative. 



STEPHEN ROBERT FALCONE "Steve' 

84 East Cross Street 
Hockey 1; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Sen- 
ior Prom Committee. 

Sparkles on the diamond . . . quiet and calm with a poker 
face expression that seldom reveals his feelings. 



SHEILA A. FAMOLLE 

159 Jefferson Drive 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Senior Mu- 
sicale; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee. 

Unconcerned in scholastic matters . . . quiet and reserved 
but a loyal friend . . . active in all that interests her. 

KATHLEEN FANNING "Kathy" 

71 Fisher Street 
Hilltopper; French Club; Pep Club 3, 4; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Sophomore Party Committee; Senior Play. 

Looks plus ability . . . individual in taste, no conformist 
she ... a many-facetted personality. 




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EDWARD JAMES FARIOLI "Eddie" 

68 Walnut Avenue 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Outdoor Track 3, 4; Freshman Party 
Committee; Senior Musicale. 

A lover of the great out-of-doors . . . spends his spare time 
hunting or playing golf . . . Ims that cheerful view of life. 



LINDA JANICE FERRARI 

244 Ridgewood Drive 
Senior Play; Senior Musicale; Drama 1; Honor Roll 1. 

Shining black hair and sparkling t, a es . . . easy-going and 
unassuming . . .endowed with a superior intellect. 



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JEFFEREY R. FERRIS "Jeff" 

33 George Street 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Senior Mu- 
sicale. 

Debonair and casual . . . doesn't believe in conforming strictly 
to the rides . . . claims he will follow the career of "Digger" 
O'Dell. 

WILLIAM B. FISHER 

152 Albemarle Road 
Freshman Party Committee; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Musicale. 

Has the uncanny ability to find out where the good times 
are going to be . . . carefree and cheerful . . . inclined to reck- 
lessness behind the wheel. 



JOHN E. FITZPATRICK 

12 Cleveland Street 
Band 1; Class Treasurer 1; Football 1 
Agricultural School; Class President. 

A nonchalant manner and an impish grin are part of this 
young man's stock in trade. When necessary, John applies 
seriousness of attitude and energy of purpose to the task at 
hand. 





JAMES JOSEPH FLAHERTY 

106 East Cross Street 
Hockey 1, 2; Football 1, 2; Senior Prom Committee; Fresh- 
man Party Committee. 

Crazy about cars . . . no one passes him on the highway 
. . . could go into a vocation in firefighting. 

MICHAEL FLAHERTY "Mike" 

49 North Avenue 
Football 1; Hockey 1; Freshman and Sophomore Party 
Committees; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee. 



Good-looking and nonchalant of manner . 
joie de vivre. 



. Mike has real 



SHEILA A. FLAHERTY 

101 Irving Street 
President of the Spanish Club; Ways and Means Committee; 
Student Council; Delegate Student Council Convention; 
Honor Roll 3; Yearbook Advertising Committee; Pep Club 
3,4. 

A well-dressed girl who knows what she wants and usually 
gets it, academically or socially . . . drama and the theatre 
will play a part in her future. 

DENNIS P. FLYNN "Rare" 

78 Roosevelt • Avenue 
Student Council 2; Industrial Arts Club 3; Senior Prom 
Committee; Senior Musicale. 



Given to classroom antics . 
begins at 2:35 . . . full of fun 
nial bachelor. 



. loves excitement . . . life 
. claims he'll remain a peren- 




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SUE ELLEN FLYNN "Suey" 

145 Jefferson Drive 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Junior Prom 
Committee; Pep Club 3, 4; Senior Musicale. 

Always the first to know the latest dances . . . likes a good 
time and generally seems to be having one . . . loves outdoor 
sports. 

FAITH FOLAN 

43 Emerson Drive 

Gymnastics 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3; Tennis 4; Pep Club; Senior 

Musicale; Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; 

Junior Prom Committee. 

A modish miss who is never concerned about rules or regu- 
lations . . . an adjoining town holds her interest . . . perfect 
for the airline stewardess role to which she aspires. 



FRANCIS FOLAN "Hona" 

108 Casey Street 
Football 1, 2; Sophomore Party Committee; Senior Musicale; 
Senior Prom Committee. 



Comes to school to see his friends 
. . . in love with cars. 



thrives on trouble 



KATHLEEN FOLAN "Kathy" 

108 Casey Street 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Senior Mu- 
sicale. 

A sweet girl who is inclined to be retiring . . . rides with 
professional competence . . . smiles often but speaks seldom. 



JAMES MICHAEL FOLEY "Jim" 

8 North Plain Street 
Biology Club 2; Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore 
Party Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Play; 
Drama Club Play 3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 

Active in school affairs ... a serious-minded student lohose 
interests lie in the humanities . . . interested in people and 
helping them. 







JAMES TIMOTHY FOLEY "Jim" 

24 Oolah Avenue 
Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Senior Musicale. 



Soft-spoken and complacent . . 
school . . . plucks a "mean" guitar. 



tends to take it easy in 



ELAINE NEVA FOUNTAIN 

126 Winter Street 
Field Hockey 2; Freshman and Sophomore Party Commit- 
tees; Senior Musicale. 

Quiet, reserved and a wee bit shy . . . Elaine wastes no time 
and makes no enemies . . . an appealing smile. 



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BEVERLY ANN FRANK "Bev" 

9 Belnap Road 
Future Homemakers of America; Sophomore Party Commit- 
tee; Junior Prom Committee. 

"Bev" is quiet and studious in the classrootn but happy-go- 
lucky in a crowd . . . attends all sport events. 

MARY PAULA FRASER 

73 Earle Street 
Biology Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; Senior Play; Pep 
Club 3; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Honor 
Roll 3. 

A non-stop conversationalist with an amusing gift for anec- 
dotes . . . pert, pretty and peripatetic. 



JACQUELINE LORRAINE FREYTAG "Jackie" 

164 Union Street 
Yearbook Advertising Committee; Newspaper Staff; Senior 
Play; Senior Musicale; Future Teachers of America. 



Feminine in dress and manner 
unruffled and ladylike decorum 




Jackie maintains an 
a very talented girl. 




ANNA FRUCI 

174 Gay Street 
Pep Club 3, 4; Future Homemakers of America; Freshman 
and Sophomore Party Committees; Junior Prom Committee; 
Senior Musicale. 

A petite but lively miss . . . likes to sit back and observe the 
world . . . calm and serene. 

LORRAINE JEAN FRUCI 

154 Devon Road 
Junior Prom Committee; Pep Club 3, 4; Senior Musicale. 

Lorraine lias a merry sparkle in her eye . . . amiable and 
easy-going . . . her many interests include riding and swim- 
ming. 



FREDERICK GEORGE FRUEH III "Fred" 

577 Nahatan Street 
Wrestling 1; Track 2; Senior Musicale; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee. 

Always on the go . . . often found amidst feminine company 
. . . willing to try anything once — and, if it works — twice. 

EDWARD FRANCIS FULTON "Eddy" 

251 Prospect Street 
Football 2, 4; Basketball 1; Freshman Party Committee; 
Sophomore Party Committee; Senior Musicale. 

An individualist in dress and demeanor . 
music . . . hopes for a career in radio. 



lover of folk 




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JOANNE MARIA GAETANI 

59 Sycamore Street 
Student Council 1, 2; Girls' Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 2; 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Junior Prom 
Committee; Senior Play; Pep Club 3, 4; English 400. 

A talkative girl with a penchant for fun . . . enjoys sports 
and participates enthusiastically. 

PATRICIA ANN GALLAGHER "Pat" 

140 Winter Street 
Student Council 1; Gymnastics 2, 4; Softball 3, 4; Drama Club 
4; Pep Club 3, 4; Senior Musicale; English 400; Honor Roll 2; 
Junior Prom Committee; French Club 2. 

Faith's pal is an attractive and radiant person . . . smartly 
dressed and neatly coiffed . . . she excels in many sports ac- 
tivities. 




ROBERT EDWARD GENDROLIUS "Bob" 

53 Robin Wood Road 
Football 1; Wrestling 1, 2; Junior Prom Committee; Senior 
Prom Committee. 

Collegiate in dress . . . never bashful about voicing his opin- 
ions, of which he has many. 



WILLIAM ALAN GIFFORD "Bill" 

37 Second Street 
Student Council 3; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom 
Committee; Honor Roll 2, 3. 



A studious, somewhat introspective boy, 
judgment . . . interested in philately . . 
personality . 



with maturity of 
. a well-organized 



"Kathy" 



KATHLEEN MARIE GIRVAN 

30 Meadow Street 
Pep Club; Senior Play; Freshman and Sophomore Party 
Committees; Junior Prom Committee; Honor Roll 1. 

A pleasing disposition with the ability to make lasting friends 
. . . Kathy hopes to become a nurse and we believe she'll 
make a good one. 





CAROLYN JEAN GIULIANO 

69 Laurel Roaa 
Sophomore Party Committee; French Club 2, 3, 4; Lab Aide 
3, 4; Senior Musicale. 

A real up-to-date 1968' er . . . this girl is outgoing in all she 
does and enthusiastic about helping others. 

KEVIN GLEASON "Kev" 

78 Richland Road 
Freshman Party Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Sen- 
ior Musicale. 

"Kev" prefers the active life outside of school . . . often seen 
"bombing" around town . . . difficult to upset his cool dis- 
position. 



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EDWARD PAUL GLEICHAUF 

492 Walpole Street 
Choralaires 1, 2; Spanish Club 2, 4; Senior Musicale; Madrigal 
Singers 2. 

A mischievous glint in his eye . . . an expert laugh-producer 
. . . casual in all situations . . . he is at his best in that "fav- 
orite" class of his. 

JOSEPH R. GOGUEN "Joe" 

43 Harrow Road 
Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Senior Musicale; Senior Prom Committee. 

Distributes his time well between school and outside recrea- 
tion . . . electronics is a way of life for him and his skill and 
interest in this field are paramount. 



STEPHANIE LINDA GOODWIN 

178 Jefferson Drive 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Band 
2, 3, 4; Librarian 1, 2; Secretary 3,4. 

An outstanding member of the band . . . smiles often but 
speaks seldom . . . has a close circle of friends. 





DIANE GORDON 

24 Woodbine Road 
Sophomore Party Committee; French Club 2, 4; Pep Club 3 
4; Junior World Affairs Council 4; Field Hockey; Senior Play. 

A pint-sized girl who is outstanding in her zest and energy 
for living . . . Diane never says "die," but is in there trying 
all the time. 

LINDA MARIE GRABUS 

116 Devon Road 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Pep Club 3, 4; 
Drama Club; Senior Play; Junior Prom Committee. 

Linda is famous for her blond hair and slight Southern 
twang . . . ready for anything that sounds like fun. 



CYNTHIA GRAHAM "Cindy" 

30 Clarke Court, Sharon, Mass. 
Field Hockey; Basketball; Library Club. 

Breezy and casual but serious when appropriate . . . always 
ready to help . . . generally easy to get along with . . . 
loves activity. 

EDWARD GRAHAM "Spike" 

41 Sixth Street 
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore 
Party Committee; Senior Musicale. 

A pint-sized hockey player who has an uncanny ability for 
getting goals . . . seldom seen without Jackie . . . plans a 
future that will keep him out-of-doors. 




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JANET MARIE GRAHAM 

98 Dean Street 
Student Council 1, 2; Pep Club; Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Senior Musicale. 

Full of life and ready for any type of fun . . . always man- 
ages to get a party off the ground . . . likes to swi7n and 
bowl. 

MICHAEL ALLEN GRANT "Mike" 

418 Nahatan Street 231 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Senior Mu- 
sicale. 

"Mike" lias the usual high school student's interest in fast 
locomotion . . . girls and sports take second and third places 
. . . the Navy will get a chance at him after graduation. 




PAUL RICHARD GRASSO "Paul" 

50 Oliver Street 
Football 1; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3; Captain 4; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale. 



Power lies in his short, solid build . 
. . . enjoys any and every sport. 



an excellent gymnast 



PETER J. GRAY "Pete" 

4 Short Street, Canton 
Choralaires 1, 2; Freshman Party Committee; Track 1; 
Biology Club 2; Treasurer; Town Manager-Student Govern- 
ment Day 2; Junior Prom Committee. 



Warm-hearted and congenial 
presses many liberal ideas . . 



. . his deep, smooth voice ex- 
socially active. 



ELIZABETH MARY GREEN "Betsey" 

118 Sumner Street 
Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Junior Prom Committee; Future Homemakers of America 
Club and Officer 4. 

A tall and graceful girl who has a refreshing, carefree out- 
look on life . . . collegiate in dress and manner . . . loves 
water sports. 





EVELYN MARIE GREEN "Ev" 

105 Winfield Street 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Junior Prom 
Committee; Student Council 3; Pep Club; Creative Writing 
Club. 

Dependable as the day is long . . . always welcome company 
... a very attractive girl with an interest in writing. 

CHARLET E. GREENWOOD "Char" 

15 Everett Avenue 
Cheerleader, 4; Gymnastics 2, 3, 4; Freshman and Sopho- 
more Party Committees; Junior Prom Committee; Pep Club; 
Student Council 3; Foreign Exchange Club 4. 

This is one blonde that gentlemen seem to prefer . . . "Char" 
is especially attracted to the letter "B" . . . an agile gymnast 
and cheerleader. 



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DAVID GREGOIRE "Bucko" 

75 Jefferson Drive 
Gymnastics 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; 
Senior Prom Committee. 

Specializes in the art of self-defense . . . also goes by the 
nickname - "Karate". . . probably won't need it with his 
many friends. 

TERRY LEE GREGOIRE 

75 Jefferson Drive 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Senior Prom 
Committee; Senior Musicale. 

A wry sense of humor but friendly and talkative when inter- 
ested . . . ahvays aware of current developments. 



ANN GREGOR 

162 Washington Street 
Folk Club; Library Club; Step Party, Peabody School. 

Quiet and unassuming with a pleasant smile . . . tends to 
keep her opinions to herself . . . always considerate of other 






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JOHN GRENHAM 

425 Nahatan Street 
Choralaires 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Basketball 1; Biology 
Club 2, 3; Drama Club 3, 4; Swimming Team 3, 4; Junior 
Prom Committee; Tiot Advertising Committee. 

Good-looking and loell-mannered . . . John has an eye for 
the opposite sex ... never afraid to say what he thinks . . . 
strives to please. 

CAROLE ANNE GRENON 

92 Gay Street 
Student Council 1, 2; Concert Choir 2, 3; Sophomore Party 
Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Drama Club 4; Pep 
Club 3, 4; Foreign Exchange Club 4. 

An attractive girl, Carole often receives that second look 
from her male admirers . . . never at a loss for words . . . 
happy-go-lucky and optimistic. 



STEPHEN CHARLES GREW "Steve" 

36 Codman Road 
Basketball 1; Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party 
Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Student Council 4; 
Ticket Seller 4; Golf 4. 



A smile for everyone . 
but gets by in school. 



a marked propensity for loafing 



CATHERINE MARY GRIFFIN "Griff" 

100 Lincoln Street 
Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 3, 4; Senior Play; Junior 
Prom Committee; Pep Club 3, 4; Senior Musicale; Honor 
Roll 2. 



A true individualist in aU she undertakes . 
responsibility . . . will make a good teacher. 



. ready to accept 




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PAUL THOMAS GROVER 

466 Nahatan Street 
Gymnastics 3, 4; Freshman and Sophomore Party Commit- 
tees; Junior Prom Committee. 



Devoted to gymnastics . 
matured and personable. 



. synall and worldly-wise . 



"Pete" 



PETER TIMOTHY GROVER 

466 Nahatan Street 
Gymnastics 2; Senior Prom Committee; Photography Club 
1, 2, 3; Treasurer 4. 

Shy and retiring, but at times he can surprise you . . . 
personable, agreeable. 



THOMAS JOHN GRUDINSKAS "Tom" 

14 Varwood Circle 
Choralaires 2, 3, 4; Senior Prom Committee; Madrigals 2; 
Senior Musicale. 

"An effort made for the happiness of others lifts us above 
ourselves". . . you can't help but like Tom . . . sees the good 
in everyone. 



VIRGINIA MARIE HAND "Ginny" 

47 Nichols Street 
Softball 4; Archery Club; Pep Club 4; Senior Musicale; Sen- 
ior Prom Committee. 

Ginny is a new addition to the class of '68 from Girls' Latin 
... a bouncy redhead who has a special interest in the sci- 
entific field. 



EDWARD CHARLES HANLON "Ed" 

145 Lane Drive 
Fall Track 1; Freshman Party Committee; Photography 
Club 1; Senior Musicale. 



Urbane a?id friendly . . . an equestrian and a bowler . . 
future lies in data processing. 



. his 





JACQUELYN HARRIS "Jackie" 

71 Walnut Avenue 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale; Honor Roll 2. 

Cute, blond and flirtatious with that certain bounce . . . 
possesses considerable charm as well as Eddie ... a genuine 
sports fan. 



LEONARD E. HARRIS "Lenny" 

438 Prospect Street 
Football 1, 2; Soccer 4; Hockey 1; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Junior 
Prom Committee; Senior Play; Senior Musicale. 

One of those "Mag Seven" . . . "Lenny" has a multi-facetted 
personality . . . very lively . . . very funny. 



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JOHN JOSEPH HASTINGS 

67 Casey Street 
Gymnastics 1, 2, 3; Swimming 4; Freshman Party Commit- 
tee; Senior Musicale. 

Plans to let his knowledge and love of cars become his voca- 
tion, while his interest in water sports becomes his avocation. 



DENNIS HEBNER "Denny" 

510 Nahatan Street 

Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore 

Party Committee; Senior Musicale; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. 

On the ice he skates rings around the defense . . . a big hit 
with everyone he meets, including his many feminine fans. 



DIANE LEE HERSEY 

30 Chatham Road 
Hilltopper Art Staff 3, 4; Archery 1; Sophomore Party Com 
mittee. 



Diane is very efficient and has 
sweet and friendly toward all. 




■eal leadership talent . . 




NEIL BRYANT HIGGINS 

34 Crestwood Circle 
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3; Baseball 1; Outstand- 
ing Goalie Bay State League '65-'66, '66-'67; M.V.P.— State 
Hockey Tournament '66-'67; Co-Captain Hockey; Honor 
Roll 3. 

There is no better net-tender to be found in schoolboy hockey 
... a loyal companion, likes action. 

FREDERICK HILL "Rick" 

42 Winthrop Street, Winchester 
Peabody Christmas Committee; Peabody Step-Party Com- 
mittee. 

Enthusiastic about Rock 'n' Roll music, Fred "harmonizes" 
well with all his friends . . . always adds a note of humor to 
a conversation. 



LINDA CHERYL HINKSON 

55 Woodline Road 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Junior and 
Senior Prom Committees; Pep Club; Senior Play; Senior 
Musicale; Honor Roll 2. 

A good student even though she prefers the lighter side of 
life . . . her long hair and bright clothes give her a "mod" 
look. 

MARY-ELLEN HOBBS 

176 Walpole Street 
Field Hockey 1; Tennis 2; Softball 1; Pep Club 3, 4; Senior 
Musicale. 



Conservative and retiring, but at ease with friends . 
her emotions but feels strongly about ideals. 



. hides 




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DEBORAH JEAN HOLMES 

153 Azalea Drive 
Pep Club 3, 4; Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; 
Gymnastics 1. 

A cute face set off by long brown hair . . . summer is the 
best time for her . . . polite and warm-hearted. 



JACQUELINE LEIGH HOCUTT 

196 Walpole Street 
Archery; Library Aide, American Field Service Club; Debat- 
ing Club; School Chorus. 

Skating and swimming add enjoyment to her life . . . mu- 
sically gifted both instrumentally and vocally . . . altruistic 
and unselfish. 

GAIL LAUREN HOLLAND 

48 Lenox Street 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Junior Prom 
Committee; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 

Flirtatious and full of fun . . . possesses a mischievous air 
... to Gail school is a necessary evil but her looks enhance 
her environment 



"Debbie" 



THOMAS MICHAEL HOPKINS "Hoppy" 

50 Chapel Street 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore 
Party Committee. 

Takes care of himself very well and hits hard on the gridiron 
. . . true blue to his many friends . . . always "Happy." 



PAMELA HOUSTON "Pam" 

4 Columbine Road 
Spanish Club; Senior Musicale. 

"Smile and the world smiles with you" . . . helpful and 
cooperative at all times . . . "Pam" has great potential in the 
business field. 





DAVID LEIGH HUGGINS "Dave" 

113 Pellana Road 
Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Junior Prom Committee; Basketball 1. 

Carefree and liappy-go-lucky but with a serious side . . . 
always neat and well-mannered. 

CANDACE V. HURLEY "Candy" 

12 Fourth Street 
Art Staff of Hilltopper 2; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Ways and 
Means Committee 3; Senior Class Secretary; Circulation 
Editor of Yearbook; Student School Committee Member; 
Girls State Representative; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. 



"Leave silence to the saints, I'm only human". . . a fun-lov- 
ing girl who is a scholastic standout and whose disposition 
is as sweet as her nickname. 



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RUTH HELEN IKASALA "Ruthie" 

214 Union Street 
Future Homemakers of America; Freshman and Junior 
Prom Committees. 

Blonde hair and good looks make Ruth a definite member of 
the "in" crowd . . . knows how to set a style. 

ROBERT IODICE "Bob" 

73 Sumner Street 
Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Senior Musicale. 

Possesses a love for the outdoors . . . school is a drag . . . 
will pursue a family tradition and become a mechanic par 
excellence. 




RALPH JACOBS "Jake" 

144 Richland Road 
Track 1; Freshman Class Treasurer; Sophomore Party Com- 
mittee; Junior Prom Committee. 

"// you don't aim high, you will never hit high". . . though 
he must be interested in a project before he tackles it, Jake 
gets things done. 





"Larry" 



LAWRENCE S. JANSEN 

372 Nichols Street 
Football 1, 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Junior Prom Committee; Boys' State Representative; Honor 
Roll. 

A many-sided personality . . . sometimes quiet and con- 
templative, sometimes loud and funny . . . at all times he 
is a swell person to know. 

WILLIAM J. JANUSAITIS "Bill" 

474 Pleasant Street 
Track 1, 2; Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party 
Committee; Senior Musicale. 

"Keep cool and you command everybody". . . a stable, polite 
young man with perseverance and friendliness. 



MEMDY ELLEN JARRELL "Gerri" 

46 Laurel Road 
Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Pep Club 3, 4; Senior Musicale. 

Studies are strictly secondary . . "Mindy" is happier just 
having fun ... a real auto racing enthusiast. 



KATHLEEN MAE JENKINS "Kathie" 

36 Harrow Road 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Senior and 
Junior Prom Committees; Pep Club 3, 4; Senior Play; Sen- 
ior Musicale. 

A good-looking brunette with a sweet voice . . . adds fun to 
any group . . . Kathie is a "sea and ski" enthusiast. 




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DEBORAH JOHNSON "Debbie" 

249 Railroad Avenue 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Senior Musi- 
cale; Junior Prom Committee, Senior Prom Committee. 

A level-headed girl with a generous heart . . . not given to 
nonsense or small talk but always there when needed. 



"Clam" 



KRISTINE ANNE JOHNSON 

33 Windsor Road 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Sen- 
ior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Concert Choir 1, 2, 
3; Girls' Glee Club 4; Honor Roll 3, 4. 

Her tall figure shoivs off her excellent wardrobe ... a well- 
favored blonde with a straight-forward personality. 



GERALD LEE JOHNSON 

9 Douglas Avenue 
Wrestling 1, 2, 3; Senior Prom Committee; Freshman Party 
Committee; Honor Roll 1. 

Loves adventure . . . his aim in life is to become a pilot . . . 
friendly and easy to please. 



"Kris" 



NORMAN E. JOHNSON "Norm" 

35 Dorset Street 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman and 
Sophomore Party Committees; Junior Prom Committee. 

A worthy opponent on the basketball court . . . shines on 
the diamond as well . . . always in the groove. 



KAREN JONES "Kary" 

18 Eliot Street 
Choralaires 3, 4; Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore 
Party Committee; Senior Musicale. 

Possesses the redhead's vivacity and elan ... a great girl 
with a love for music . . . active socially. 






MARIE JONES 

93 Jefferson Drive 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Senior Musi- 
cale; Senior Prom Committee. 

A friendly girl but one who never seeks the limelight . . . 
has a nonchalant attitude toward school and school func- 
tions . . . her interests are largely domestic. 

SCOTT EDWARD JUSLIN "Jay" 

130 Ridgewood Drive 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Senior Prom 
Committee; Senior Musicale. 

Independent — doesn't run with the crowd . . . wants to 
pursue drafting as a career . . . disregards the hub-bub 
around him. 



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WILLIAM JAMES JUSZKIEWICZ "Bill" 

23 Monroe Street 
Crosscountry 1; Freshman and Sophomore Party Commit- 
tees. 

Plans to study data processing after gradtiation . . . carefree 
and lively . . . likes to go fishing and bowling and excels 
in sports. 

KRISTEN MARGARET KASK "Kris" 

23 Mayfair Street 
Choralaires 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Madrigal 
Group 3, 4; Gymnastics 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3. 4; Senior Play; 
Senior Seminar 4; Honor Roll 3; Student Council Treasurer 
3, 4. 

Sociable and well-liked . . . relaxed and casual in her approach 
to life . . . likes tennis and gymnastics. 



RICHARD M. KEEFE 

36 Ridgewood Drive 
Outdoor Track 3, 4; Indoor Track 4; Sophomore Party Com 
mittee; Honor Roll 1. 

Full of gusto ... a sports lover . . . courteous and unpre- 
tentious . . . quiet yet tenacious. 





SHEILA KELLEY 

45 Dean Street 
F.H A. Club; Pep Club 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale; Senior Prom Committee. 



Sheila is the epitome of humor and wit 
by pranksters . . . naturally friendly. 



not easily fooled 



"Charlie" 



CHARLES HENRY KELLY 

17 Pine Street 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Wrestling 2; Freshman Party 
Committee. 

One of our football team's hard-hitting backs . . . no one 
dares push Charlie around . . . solid citizen type in every way. 



KAREN J. KELLY "Kelly" 

203 Azalea Drive 
Spanish Club; National Honor Society 3, 4; Student "Super- 
intendent of Schools" 2; Senior Musicale. 

Karen excels in everything she does . . . always genial, 
gracious and considerate . . . her goals and ambitions are high 
and her potential is likewise. 

KAREN ROSE KELLY "Kelly" 

17 Pine Street 
Freshman Party Committee; Pep Club 3, 4; Field Hockey 3; 
Library Aide 4; Senior Play Prop Committee; Senior Play 
Usherette; Senior Prom Committee. 



Refuses to rush along with the hectic world . 
an intimate group to a crowd . . . likes all sports. 



prefers 




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MICHAEL D. KELLY "Mike" 

26 Belnap Road 
Track 1; Hockey 1, 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee; Senior 
Prom Committee; Senior Musicale. 

A "cool" guy with his wits about him . . . might become a 
teacher ... a good C.Y.O. hockey player. 



Basketball 1; 



BRIAN KELTER 

73 Saunders Road 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees: 
Choralaires 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3. 

Eager to learn about the world around him . . . makes good 
use of his subtle sense of humor . . .loves cars and racing. 



JEANNE MARIE KERN 

3 Inverness Road 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 2; English 400; Field 
Hockey 3. 

Adept in all activities, especially sports . . . self-assured and. 
competent . . . languages interest her and may supply the 
key to her career. 



THOMAS RICHARD KERR "Tom" 

129 Ridgewood Drive 
Choralaires 1, 2, 4; Basketball 1; Senior Prom Committee; 
Senior Musicale. 

Tom's love of swimming and surfing have much to do with 
his future occupation . . . sees the lighter side of things . . . 
his "cornball" jokes are always hilarious. 

MICHAEL DAVID KIMBALL 

273 Railroad Avenue 
Senior Play; Senior Musicale; Track 1; Baseball 3; Drama; 
Junior Prom Committee; Student Council 4; Honor Roll 1. 

Mike makes everyone feel at ease with his nonchalance . . . 
friendly to all . . . displayed great acting prowess in "The 
Mouse That Roared." 







HENRY WILLIAM KING, JR. "Hank" 

81 Howard Street 
Football 2, 3 Wrestling 2; Senior Play; Senior Musicale. 

Fond of many sports ... a very cordial style which will 
come in handy if his future ambition to be a lawyer, is 
fulfilled. 



PATRICIA ANN KING "Patty" 

16 Silver Street 
Hilltopper 1, 2; Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; 
Junior Prom Committee; Pep Club 3, 4. 

Sets her own standards rather than conforming to those 
of others . . . gay and garrulous. 



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THOMAS EARLE KING 

10 Plimpton Avenue 
Manager of Football Team 1; Junior Prom Committee; Sen- 
ior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale. 

Tom has a great love for the out-of-doors . . . he wants to 
make the Navy his career . . . a pleasant personality. 



SANDRA JEAN KINSINGER 

32 Inverness Road 
Pep Club 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Play. 

An attractive girl who is ahcays well-dressed . . . she brightens 
the classroom with her presence ... a standout in the Senioc 
Play. 




JUNE F. KNOVVLTON 

IS Walnut Avenue 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Junior Prom 
Committee; Pep Club 3, 4; Future Homemakers of America 4. 

Quiet and shy in school, active and outgoing out of school 
... a remarkable artistic talent. 





KAREN KRAL 

59 Norton Drive 
Freshman Party, Sophomore Party and Junior Prom Com 
mittees; Future Business Leaders of America. 

Dependable and determined, Karen can cause excitement 
anywhere and anytime ... a true member of the junior jet 
set around here. 

WARREN BRUCE KRAMER 

21 Churchill Drive 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1; Freshman Party Committee; 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Year- 
book Advertising Committee; Science Fair (Honorable Men- 
tion Award). 

A polished and well-bred air about him . . . an exciting con- 
versationalist whose specialty is coming up with new ideas 
and enterprises. 



RHONDA LEE KROUSE "Ron" 

15 Leyton Road 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Junior Prom 
Committee; Pep Club 3, 4; Senior Musicale. 

Her dark hair and fair complexion create a pleasing picture 
. . . dainty and graceful . . . always considerate and courteous. 

CHRISTINE A. KRUPP "Chris" 

34 Countryside Lane 
Business Club 4; Choralaires 2; Field Hockey 4. 

Small and sweet . . . full of fun and excitement . . . generous 
and sympathetic . . . works Imrd for what she wants. 




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JAMES KRUSAS "Jimmy" 

447 Front Street, Weymouth, Mass. 
Freshman and Sophomore Parties; Step Party, Peabody 
School. 

An extrovert who tries to keep his friends amused . . . handy 
in the kitchen and headed for a career as a chef. 

JOSEPH FRANCIS KVILHAUG "Joe" 

52 Garfield Avenue 
Biology Club 4; Baseball 1; Junior Prom and Senior Prom 
Committees. 

An avid baseball fan . . . Joe will enter the business world . . . 
though always in haste, he is never hurried. 




DOREEN LaBRACHE 

96 Richland Road 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Junior Prom 
Committee; Drama; Pep Club 3, 4; Senior Prom Committee; 
Senior Musicale; Future Homemakers of America 4. 

Up-to-date in style with a winsome smile . . . Doreen is a 
true individualist . . . always has time for roller-skating and 
horseback riding. 



JULIE ANNE LaJOIE 

4 Bruce Road 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Hilltopper 2; 
Junior Prom Committee; Pep Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 4. 

An accomplished seamstress; her wardrobe is the envy of all 
. . . cute and popular . . . Julie gets around. 

SUSAN LANGLEY "Sue" 

87 Countryside Lane 
Pep Club 3, 4; Biology Club 1; French Club 1; Future Home- 
makers 4; Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Jun- 
ior Prom Committee. 

A creative artist whose personality radiates friendliness . . . 
always ready for fun and frolic. 






BERNARD E. LANTHIER "Bernie" 

17 Putney Circle, Billerica 
Peabody Class Historian; President Student Cooperative 
Association; Boston's Stewards' Association Award. 

A resolute, likeable chap roho has accomplished much in the 
field of foods ... a real good scout . . . ulterior decorating and 
nusic are among his many hobbies. 

BARBARA JEAN LANZONI 

24 Nottingham Drive 
Student Council 1, 4; Foreign Exchange Club 2, 3; Choralaires 
1; Spanish Club 3; World Affairs Council 3, 4; Senior Musi- 
cale; Honor Holl 2, 3. 

A popular young miss and a lively conversationalist . . . has 
a talent for singing and entertaining . . . participates in all 
school functions. 



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DAVID ARTHUR LAWRENCE "Larry" 

10 Clark Street 
Freshman Party Committee; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 
1, 3; Honor Roll 2. 



Possesses laughing eyes and a love for jokes 
sarcastic . . . fun to have around. 



but never 



JEFFREY LEARY "Jeff" 

4 Cleveland Ave., Braintree 
Freshman and Sophomore Parties; Step Party, Peabody 
School. 

A definite nonconformist whose dress and attitude make him 
a standout in any crowd . . . determined to find success . . . 
always says what he thinks. 



MICHELLE LELAND 

145 Plymouth St., North Abington 
Step Party Hostess; Vice-President Student Cooperative 
Association, Peabody School. 

Quietly goes about her business and somehow accomplishes 
more than most . . . soft-spoken and amicable . . . Mickey has 
no enemies and deserves none. 





VINCENT LEMBO "Vin" 

52 Valley Road 
Football 1, 2; Indoor Track 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Boys' A.A. Rep. 3, 4; Soccer Co-captain 
4; Tiot Circulation Editor 4; Sports Editor Hilltopper 3, 4. 



By hard work and intelligence, Vin will achieve his i 
displays a rare competence in all he does ... a bulwark 
of the "New Left." 

DIANE MARGARET LENNOX 

588 Nahatan Street 
Choralaires 1, 2, 3, 4; Madrigal Singers 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics 
2, 3, 4; Archery 1; French Club 1; Student Council 3; English 
400; Senior Play; Senior Musicale; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4. 

A bright girl with a level head on her shoulders . . . very active 
in school affairs . . . the sidelines hold no charm for her. 



CAROL LEONARD 

9 Warren Street 
Field Hockey 2; Gymnastics 3, 4; World Affairs Council 4; 
Pep Club 4; Archery Club 4; Senior Play Committee; Senior 
Musicale. 

Newton Junior College will do well to get Carol . . . bowling 
and gymnastics are her main interests but nursing is her 
ideal career. 

CLAIRE M. LETOURNEAU 

287 Prospect Street 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Junior Prom 
Committee; Pep Club 3, 4; Ticket Seller; Business Club; Year- 
book Typing Committee; Senior Musicale. 

Her friendly manner makes Claire easy to know . . . likes 
to have a good time . . . the "lake" is a second home for her 
and her friends. 





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ALEXIS ANN LEVITSKY 

90 East Cross Street 
Tennis 1, 2 3; Gymnastic 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee; Sen- 
ior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale, Art Editor of Year- 
book; Honor Roll 1; Student Council; Pep Club 2, 3. 

Very 1968 in appearance . . . long blonde straight hair and 
beautiful eyes . . . inherits her artistic talent from another 
member of the family. 

MARGARET LIGHTIZER "Peggi" 

120 Cottage Street 

Drama 1, 2, 3; Senior Play; Senior Musicale; Fresman 

and Sophomore Party Committees; Senior Prom Committee; 

French Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 4; Creative Writing Club 4; 

Hilltopper Staff 4. 



As a social worker "Peggi" 
. . . friendly and sincere 
miss her. 



RICHARD M. LINDAHL 

96 Earle Street 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 4; Math Team 2, 3 4; Yearbook 
Committee; Newspaper Staff; National Honor Society 1, 2; 
Letter of Commendation from NMSQT. 

Quick-witted and self-confident ... a standout in Math . . . 
applies himself well ... a great friend to have. 



will be both social and a worker 
. . the Drama Club will surely 



CHERYL ROBERTA LITTLE "Cherry" 

4 Burnley Road 
Biology Club 2; French Club 2; Pep Club 3, 4; Yearbook 
Advertising Committee; Archery 4; Freshman and Sopho- 
more Party Committees. 

Blonde hair and a ready laugh are her trademarks . . . 
Cherry is always right where the action is. 

HAROLD LORING, JR. "Harry" 

16 Harding Road 
Football 1; Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees: 
Senior Musicale. 

Vigorous of physique . . . deliberate but forcible in action . . . 
enjoys outdoor sports . . . his ambition is to become an 
engineer. 






FRANCES ARLENE LORUSSO "Fran" 

72 Heaton Avenue 
Pep Club 3, 4; Freshman Party Committee; Junior Prom 
Committee; Senior Play. 

Sweet of countenance and nature . . . utterly responsible and 
reliable . . . sees the best in everyone. 

ANNE MARIE LYDDY 

62 Norton Drive 
French Club 2, 3, 4; Foreign Exchange 4; Pep Club 3, 4; 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Junior Prom 
Committee; Future Homemakers of America 4; Honor Roll 1. 

A pert little miss with a cute face and distinctive mannerisms 
. . . a carefree attitude toward most things, although a 
capable student. 



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CHRISTOPHER LYDON "Chris" 

18 Morrill Road 
Basketball 1, 2; Track 3; Football; Senior Play; Junior Prom 
Committee; Senior Musicale. 

A well-dressed boy with good manners and a polished style . . . 
his unfinished homework will haunt him. 

LOIS ELIZABETH LYDON 

18 Morrill Road 
Gymnastics 2, 4; Senior Play; World Affairs Council 3; Math 
Team 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Foreign Exchange Club, Officer 4; 
English 400; Hilltopper 2, 3 News Editor 3. 

Active and outgoing, Lois finds fun in most situations . . . 
her poise and savoir-faire aid her on all occasions. 



MARILYN FRANCES LYNCH 

79 Bird Road 
French Club 1, 2; Biology Club 2, 3; Pep Club 3, 4; World 
Affairs Council 4; Freshman and Sophomore Party Com- 
mittees. 

Always friendly and co-operative . . . never at a loss in a 
conversation . . . smiling, earnest and hard-working. 





KATHLEEN ANNE LYONS "Kit" 

329 Prospect Street 
Choralaires 1, 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Party 
Committee; Yearbook Circulation Committee; Junior Prom 
Committee; Senior Play; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Musicale. 

Co-operative and co-ordinated in all her endeavors . . . an 
able gymnast and singer ... a lovely -looking girl with a 
beautiful smile and unusual eyes. 

NANCY-ELLEN LYONS "Nan" 

329 Prospect Street 
Gymnastics 1; Student Council 2; Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Junior Prom Committee; Biology Club 2; 
Ticket Seller 1, 2 . 

Carefree and nonchalant, Nancy breezes through life . . . 
steadfast in respect to one boy. 



PATRICIA MacCOMISKEY "Clyde" 

47 Walnut Avenue 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Pep Club 3, 4; 
Senior Musicale; Senior Prom Committee. 

An equestrienne of repute . . . Pat plans to become a million- 
aire's secretary . . . a staunch supporter of the class of "68." 



JAMES MacDONALD "Chink" 

2 Howard Street 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Senior 
Musicale. 

Hunting and horseback riding are his favorite pastimes . . . 
a bit of a joker and an admirer of the fairer sex. 




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PATRICIA J. MacDONALD 

59 Cranmore Road 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Pep Club 3, 4; 
Yearbook Typing Committee. 

An able typist xoho will make a good executive secretary . . . 
active and affable . . . Chandler is very lucky to get her. 

RICHARD THOMAS MACHADO "Moochie" 

8 Franklin Street 
Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, Captain 3, 4; Track 
1, 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; First A.A.U. Wrestling Tournament; 
Second Bay State Wrestling Tournament. 

Formidable on the gridiron and especially on the wrestling 
mat . . . dresses with class ... a very popular Vice- 
President. 



CORINNE MACIEJEWSKI 

57 Hickory Road 
Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 4; Student Council 3, 4 
Co-Editor Yearbook; Co-Chairman Junior Prom Committee 
Honor Roll 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Election Commission 2, 3, 4 
Basketball 3, co-captain 4; Ticket Seller 3, 4. 

Surrounded by an aura of friendliness wherever she goes . . . 
attractive, personable, fashionable, and intelligent, what more 
could anyone ask? 



BARBARA MACKINNON 

891 Washington Street 
Peabody Cooperative Association; Red Cross Committee; Step 
Party Committee. 

Certain of her goals, active in attaining them . . . attractive in 
appearance and effervescent in manner ... a wholehearted 
and generous girl. 

William j. MacKinnon 

891 Washington Street 
Track 1; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; 
Senior Musicale. 



A happy-go-lucky lad . 
but fun to be with. 



not too ambitious scholasticaUy , 





PATRICIA MAGGIO "Pat" 

86 Washington Street 
Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society, 3, 4; French Club, 
2, 3 officer, 4; World Affairs Council 3, officer, 4; Circulation 
Committee of Yearbook; Senior Play. 



Sophisticated and charming . 
a warm personality. 



. a fashionable appearance and 



KEVIN MAGUIRE 

3 West Border Road 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Junior Prom Committee; Honor 
Roll 1, 2; Senior Musicale. 

Always bemoaning short weekends, but makes the best of 
school along with his many friends ... a bundle of energy. 



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MARY MAHONEY 

180 Washington Street 
French Club; Biology Club 2, 3; World Affairs Council; Fresh- 
man Party Committee; Junior Prom Committee. 

An all-around "good kid" who possessess many fine qualities 
. . . refreshing and humorous. 

PETER MAINI "Pete" 

37 Countryside Lane 
Football 1; Basketball 1; Wrestling 1; Senior Musicale. 

Interested in a certain junior miss . . . likes to travel . . . 
frequents the "drags" on Sunday afternoons. 



JAMES EDWARD MALIA 

1 Lincoln Street 
Spring Track 1, 2; Junior Prom Committee 
Committee. 



Heading for a career in broadcasting . 
he never loses his "cool." 




. Jim is congenial and 




MARILYN BARBARA MALOOF 

1271 Washington Street 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Musicale; Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees. 

An enthusiastic band member . . . she can strike those cym- 
bals . . .the first one to start "Rock'em" at games ... a "fun" 
girl and pleasant to know. 

GARY MARCHAND 

23 Albion Street, Brockton 
Peabody News Association, News Reporter; Peabody Step 
Party Committee. 

Gary is good company . . . poised and self-confident . . . he 
plays a "mean" organ, featuring "soul" music . . . has a po- 
tential for future leadership. 



KENNETH STEPHEN MARIA "Ken" 

418 Nahatan Street 
Freshman Party Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale. 

Has a great talent for finding the fun spots, joking, and killing 
the blues ... a steady friend and enthusiastic sports fan. 

SUSAN MARTIN 

107 Pellana Road 
Pep Club 3, 4; Future Homemakers 4; French Club 1; Fresh- 
man and Sophomore Party Committees; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee. 

Sue always seems to be right there when help is needed . . . 
has a mischievous twinkle in her eye, and the gift of artistic 
fingers. 




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DOROTHY MARZUOLO "Dottie" 

75 Heaton Avenue 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Junior Prom 
Committee; Student Council Representative 2, 3; Class officer 
2, 3. 

Knows how to catch the eye of the males . . . feminine in 
action and dress . . . sets high goals for herself. 

RICHARD McCOLGAN "Irish" 

69 Garfield Avenue 
Baseball 2, 3; Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees. 

This brawny lad could well lend his strength to the local con- 
stabulary . . . the nation's favorite sport is his . . . the out- 
of-doors holds more charm than the ivory tower. 




ELIZABETH ANNE McCORMACK "Betty Anne" 

54 Bond Street 
Pep Club 3, 4; Junior Prom Decorating Committee; Future 
Homemakers of America 4. 

Betty Anne is a fun-loving girl with a sharp wit . . . school 
is not one of her major interests but she makes the best of it. 



MAUREEN ANN McCORMACK 

26 Edgehill Road 
Pep Club 3, 4; Drama Club 3; Junior Prom Committee; Sen- 
ior Play — Make-Up Committee; Future Homemakers of 
America 4. 

Maureen is a girl who always thinks of others . . . more 
active outside of school than in . . . easy to get along with. 

EDWARD P. McGHEE "Ed" 

108 Azalia Drive 
Photography Club 4; Senior Musicale; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee. 

A big, well-built, nice-looking import from Hyde Park . . . 
his smile and manner will get him entree everywhere. 





PATRICK JOSEPH McGILL 

54 Geraldine Drive 
Choralaires 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 3; 
Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 4; Honor Roll 3; Senior 
Musicale. 

High ideals, difficult to attain, make Pat admired by aU . . . 
a fantastic humorist . . . informally philosophical. 

ELIZABETH ANNE McGUIRE "Liz" 

11 Bonney Lane 
Softball 1; Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party 
Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Drama Club, 3; Student 
Council, 4. 

Liz is a twin of the famous English model "Twiggy" . . ■ 
never lacks conversational items . . . possesses style and 
personality. 



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KATHLEEN McGUIRE "Kathy" 

340 Prospect Street 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Field Hockey 
2, 3; Tennis 2, 4; World Council 4; French Club 4; Pep Club 
4; Senior Play; Drama Club 4. 

Beautiful green eyes and shining dark brown hair identify 
Kathy . . . thoughtful and gracious. 

FRANCIS McHUGH "Fran" 

310 Railroad Avenue 
Baseball 1, 2; Honor Roll 1, 2; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Senior Musicale. 

Energetic but quiet . . . likes to play hockey in his spare 
time . . . possesses a dry sense of humor . . . his love of reading 
will certainly make his future plans easier. 



LEO JOHN McINERNEY 

18 Fourth Street 
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; Junior Prom Committee; Senior 
Prom Committee. 

A very solid hockey player . . . interests are extracurricular 
... a dynamo of energy. 





MARYJANE MCLAUGHLIN 

28 Neponset Street 
Freshman Party Committee; Drama Club 2; French Club 2; 
Future Home Makers of America; World Affairs Council; 
Business Club; Honor Roll 1. 

Pert and lively . . . endless energy makes for continuous action 
. . . loyal to her friends. 

LINDA J. McLELLAN 

12 Harrow Road 
Art Club; Tennis Team; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior 
Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Pep Club; Honor 
Roll 2. 

Endowed with an artistic flair and a great sense of stifle . . . 
the "sugar and spice and everything nice" type of girl. 



JOHN A. McMANUS "Mac" 

24 Fulton Street 
Football 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. 

A tall, good-looking guy . . . carrying books will never ruin 
his throwing arm ... a fine golfer. 

JONNA LYNNE McMANUS 

24 Fulton Street 
Choralaires 1; Majorette; Gymnastics 1; Sophomore Party; 
Senior Musicale. 

Vigorous in her opinions .... has something to add to all 
school projects . . . ready and willing for any escapade. 




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ANNE M. McNAMARA "Mac" 

37 Alandale Parkway 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Gymnastics 
2, 3, 4; Student Council 3; Junior Prom Committee; French 
Club 2; Pep Club 3, 4; Student Council Dance Committee. 

A fun-loving blonde who accomplishes as much in school as 
out . . . seldom seen in Norwood because surrounding towns 
have more attraction for her. 

FRANCIS DANIEL MELLON "Walter" 

45 Juniper Drive 
Wrestling 2; Baseball 3, 4; Golf 4; Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees. 

A small guy with big ideas . . . special interests, and we 
quote, "indulging in the amenities of life." 



ROSEMARY MEMMO 

105 Casey Street 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Junior Prom 
Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Pep Club 3, 4; Senior 
Play; Senior Musicale. 

Her angelic appearance will attract many into her beauty 
salon ... a fun-loving girl who likes people. 






JOHN McKERNAN 

14 Cranmore Road 
Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale. 

This late entry from Newton is a sturdy, well-mannered 
young man whom we are glad to welcome aboard. 



EDWARD CHARLES MICALE "Eddie" 

59 Lane Drive 
Indoor Track 3; Track 3; Golf 4; Honorable Mention Science 
Fair 1, 3; Honor Roll 3; Senior Musicale. 

Undertakes new projects with unabating etitliusiasm . . . 
eager to explore new fields . . . easy to talk to. 








KATHLEEN ANNE MICHAELSON "Casey" 

7 Marlboro Street 
Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Foreign Exchange Club 2; Junior 
Prom Committee; Pep Club 4; Senior Musicale; Gymnastics 
1, 2, Co-captain 3, Captain 4. 

A petite strawberry-blonde . . . CaSey is well-known at 
Norwood High for her skiU and daring on the balance beam. 

KAREN MILLER 

19 Lawndale Road 
Lab aide, 3; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Certain in her goals, active in attaining them . . . often the 
source of class amusement because of her ready wit. 



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RONALD PAUL MILLER "Ronnie" 

115 Hillside Avenue 
Baseball 1, 4; Wrestling 1; Junior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale. 



Special interests — smiling and laughing 
fair sluxre of humor to all gatherings. 



contributes his 



ROBERT A. MISTLER "Bob" 

601 Nichols Street 
Senior Play; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale. 

Not overly talkative . . . always willing to do a good turn . . . 
the height of nonchalance. 



DAVID MITCHELL "Skull" 

2 Cushing Road 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2; Wrestling 2; Swimming 2. 

He and his ties are often the cause of laughter . . . difficult 
to upset . . . the wrestler type . . . able to hold his own in 
any kind of difficulty. 





BARBARA MARIE MOAN "Barb" 

121 Albemarle Road 
Field Hockey 2; Biology Club 2; Senior Play; Senior Musicale; 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 

Shyness is not one of her cliaracteristics . . . enjoys life to 
the utmost . . . capable scholastically , active socially. 

KATHLEEN MOHAMET "Kathy" 

20 Oolah Avenue 
Press Club, Alternate Homeroom Rep. to Student Coop. 
Assoc. ; Step Party Committee. 

Kathleen is a popular girl and a diligent worker . . . She 
has a subtle sense of humor and makes friends easily. 



JEANNE MORSE 

24 Greenwich Road 
French Club 2, 4; Math Team 3, 4; National Honor Society 
3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4; Yearbook Circulation 
Committee; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Captain 2, 3, 4. 



A pleasing combination of intelligence and talent . 
captain of the field hockey team. 



an able 



CONSTANCE SETON MULHERIN "Connie" 

272 Prospect Street 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Junior and 
Senior Prom Committees; Yearbook Typing Committee; Pep 
Club. 

A charmer in any circle . . . wears her clothes with elegance 
... a cute and capable seamstress. 





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CAROLYN MURPHY "Murph" 

84 Sunnyside Road 
World Affairs Council; Choralaires 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 3; 
Honor Roll 3. 

Talkative and animated with friends . . . quiet in crowds . . ■ 
possesses a subtle humor. 

MAUREEN ELLEN MURPHY 

354 Railroad Avenue 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Pep Club 3, 4; 
Senior Musicale. 

Maureen is "ready and raring" to go almost anywhere . . . 
. . . talkative, friendly, and outgoing . . . always seen with 
that certain someone. 



WILLIAM J. MURPHY "Chief" 

193 Vernon Street 
Football 1, 2, 3; Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore 
Party Committee; Senior Musicale. 

Wants to follow a family tradition and dedicate his life to 
law enforcement . . . potent personality. 



SUSAN MARIE MURRAY "Sue" 

60 Neponset Street 
Debating Team 1, 2; Biology Club 2; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; 
National Merit Letter of Commendation. 



A lovely girl with a personality to match . 
friendly ... a competent, well-read student. 



naturally 



GEORGE RUSSELL NASH "Russ" 

38 Wood Drive 
Student Council; Tennis; Track; English 400; Senior Play. 

An amazing young man who reaps scholastic honors through 
effort and ability ... a true and lasting friendliness . . . 
a magnificent sense of humor. 





JOSEPH DANIEL NASUTT "Joe" 

11 Heaton Avenue 
Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Senior Musicale. 

His activities consist mainly of having fun . . . likes to play 
basketball in his spare time . . . spends much time with the 
opposite sex. 

LINDA JEAN NELSON "Lindies" 

558 Pleasant Street 
Pep Club 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Future Homemakers 
of America 4; Senior Prom Committee. 

An art student bubbling over with enthusiasm . . . loves 
to doodle with pen and paper . . . Linda is always on the go. 



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VALERIE JANE NELSON "Val" 

4 Winslow Street 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Senior 
Musicale; Pep Club 3, 4. 

A very cultured jeune fiUe . . . drama and art are her main 
interests . . . her love for the theater may take her far. 

DIANE NENART 

212 Washington Street 
French Club 1; World Affairs Council 3, 4, President 4; 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale. 

An immaculate dresser with a beautiful wardrobe ... a 
talented member of the Drum Corps . . . enjoys travel, 
especially on the ocean. 



RONALD WILLIAM NENART 

212 Washington Street 
Outdoor Track 3; Honor Roll 2; Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees. 

A unique combination of friendliness and placidity . . 
and good-looking. 





MICHAEL NEVES 

71 Devon Road 
Sophomore Party Committee; Football 3; Biology Club 2; 
Senior Musicale; Senior Play. 

Life appeals from so many directions that Michael is never 
bored . . . outdoor sports, indoor sports, his interests are 
legion. 

MARIE ANNE NICHOLS 

33 Lincoln Street 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Junior Prom 
Committee; Senior Musicale; Pep Club 3, 4. 

A sprightly redhead with plenty of ability . . . even- 
tempered and sociable . . . engenders laughter wherever 
she goes. 



KATHLEEN CLANCY O'BRIEN "Kate" 

43 Phillips Avenue 
Pep Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 4; Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Junior Prom Committee. 

Life is meant to be enjoyed and Kate does enjoy it very 
much . . . the beach holds her main interest. 



PETER OBUCHON "Pete" 

6 Mayflower Road 
Indoor Track 2, 4; Outdoor Track 2; Senior Musicale; Senior 
Prom Committee. 

Likes indoor sports and water sports equally well . . . has 
an engaging accent . . . hot on cars. 





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KATHERINE ANN OCCHIALINI "Kathy" 

43 Irving Street 
Pep Club 3, 4; Field Hockey 2, 3; Senior Musicale. 

As a future hairdresser "Kathy" will set many styles . . . 
a strong and sturdy voice at Pep Club . . . loves all the 
new music. 



DANIEL O'CONNELL "Danny" 

29 Fairview Road 
Football 1; Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; 
Junior Prom Committee; Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3. 

SmaR, quick and active . . . he probably knows about that 
second glance he gets from his feminine admirers. 



EILEEN O'CONNELL 

56 Prospect Avenue 
Choralaires 1, 2; Advertising Editor of 1968 Tiot; Exchange 
Secretary, Hilltopper 2, 3; French Club 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Applies herself to her work with determination and a good 
sense of organization . . . excels in the academic field . . . 
true blue — and cute, too. 



JANICE MARIE O'CONNELL 

90 Alandale Parkway 
Biology Club 2; Honor Society; Latin Tutor 3; Senior Play 
Committee; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Senior Musicale. 

An especially intelligent girl who is undoubtedly destined 
for success . . . helpful and courteous to everyone . . . 
possesses excellent judgment and keen discrimination. 

MARY HONORA O'CONNELL "Nora" 

85 Alandale Parkway 
Freshman Party Committee; Softball 1; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Pep Club. 

An avid conversationalist who expresses her views clearly 
. . . has an appropriate remark for every occasion. 






ANNE MARIE OLIVER 

115 Winslow Avenue 
Photography Club 3, 4; Freshman Party Committee; 
Senior Musicale. 

Unostentatious . . . likes to sit back and observe the world 
. . . kind and gentle. 

MARY O'NEILL 

28 Ellis Avenue 
French Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club; Junior Council of World 
Affairs 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Foreign Exchange Club 3; Senior 
Musicale. 

A real fireball with definite ideas . . . expresses her opinions 
well . . . thrives on competition and the give and take of 
repartee. 



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MARC ALLAN ORENT 

16 Westover Parkway 
Soccer 3, 4; Swimming 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; 
President, Biology Club 2. 

A handsome lad who finds a humorous side to any situation 
. . . far from shy in the classroom, he frequently proves he 
has his wits about him. 

KEVIN ORME 

76 Beech Street 
Student Council 1, 2; Officer 3, 4; Freshman Class Officer; 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 4. 

With sound opinions, perseverance, and diligence, Kevin was 
a great success as president of the Student Council . . . 
an outstanding young man in all fields. 



JOHN MICHAEL OSTERGREN 

490 Washington Street 
Senior Play; World Affairs Council 4; Student Council 2, 3 
Honor Roll 1, 2. 




Refined, quiet, and good-humored . 
tiondlist . . . likes to observe people 
tual type. 



a brilliant conversa- 
. a friendly, intellec- 



lit 




LUCINDA M. O'SULLIVAN "Cindy" 

36 Marlboro Street 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Junior Prom 
Committee; Gymnastics 2, 4; Student Council 3; Pep Club 
3, 4; Drama Club 4; Honor Roll 3; Senior Musicale. 

Vivacious and perspicacious as well . . . "Life is not life 
without delight" ... a gay night-lifer who loves to give 
parties. 

COLETTE OVERSTREET 

34 Sixth Street 
Pep Club 3, 4; Yearbook Typing Committee; Freshman and 
Sophomore Party Decoration Committees; Junior Prom 
Committee. 

A proficient typist . . . sports and collecting records occupy 
much of her time outside of school. 



MELODIE PACE 

178 So. Main Street, Sharon 
Class Writer; Class Will, Peabody School. 

Light-hearted and merry . . . possesses a "pixie" sense of 
humor, but has a serious purpose which lies beyond the eye's 
perception. 

CAROL HELEN PACIORKOWSKI 

816 Neponset Street 
Varsity Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; World Affairs Council 4; 
English 400; Lab Aide 2; Yearbook Circulation Committee; 
Nominated NCTE Award; National Honor Society 3, 4; Li- 
brary Service Award; Vice-President, Library Service Club. 

Scholastically inquisitive and persistent . . . an outstanding 
member of the National Honor Society . . . faithful and 
competent in all she undertakes. 




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JAMES PACKARD "Jim" 

14 Countryside Lane 
Cross-country Track 3, 4; Outdoor Track 3, 4; Senior Prom 
Committee; Senior Musicale. 

Xaverian's loss, Norwood's gain . . . made many a friend 
in his new school . . . an excellent track man. 

LETIZIA PAPARAZZO 

9 Granite Street 
Business Club 4; Choralaires 1, 2; Pep Club 3, 4; Freshman 
Party Committee; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 

This miss has a beautiful voice and lends it well to the 
Choralaires . . . an adept hair stylist and a competent 
equestrienne. 



FAITH PAQUETTE 

7 Hawthorne Road 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Junior and 
Senior Prom Committees; Yearbook Typing Committee; 
Senior Musicale; Honor Roll 2. 

Faith has an abundance of energy which never seems to be 
wasted . . . an excellent typist who will make some lucky 
man a great secretary. 



JANINE MARGUERITE PAQUETTE 
10 Glendale Road 
Choralaires; Student Council; Stage Band; Senior Play; 
Junior Prom Committee; National Honor Society; Class 
Officer 3, 4. 

She handles class finances with care and precision . . . 
a very beautiful girl . . . her smile radiates friendliness. 



GEORGE PARISE 

Cross-country 1, 2, 
Outdoor Track 2, Z 
Play- 
Loves people and knows how to make friends 
and happy with life. 



67 Croydon Road 

3; Co-Captain 4; Indoor Track 2, 3, 4; 
, 4; Foreign Exchange Club 3, 4; Senior 



contented 





ROBERT PARKINSON "Bob" 

88 Washington Street 
Football 1, 2; Basketball 1; Freshman Party Committee, 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Boys' 
State Delegate; Senior Prom Committee. 

Easy-going and sleepy-mannered . . . not even teachers can 
rush Bob along . . . knowledgeable in many areas . . . 
frequents Mr. P's office. 

SUSAN PARKS "Sue" 

165 Codman Road 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Junior Prom 
Committee; Pep Club 3, 4; Future Homemakers of America 4. 

A talented artist with that certain flair . . . her independ- 
ence of thought makes her unusual and fascinating company. 



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KATHLEEN MARY PARMENTER "Kathy" 

28 Monroe Street 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Senior 
Musicale. 

Carefree and unconcerned about matters scholastic . . . an 
accomplished dancer . . . merry and mischievous but with 
a very kind nature. 

BETTY JEAN PAYNE 

54 Alandale Parkway 
Choralaires 1; Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; 
Junior Prom Committee. 

Betty has a talent for many things including singing . . . 
always sincere and hard-working. 



CAROL ANN PAYNE 

54 Alandale Parkway 
Choralaires 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Senior Musicale. 

A true friend and a "try-harder" student ... a fine singer 
. . . possesses all the qualities to become a nurse. 





PAUL PAZNIOKAS 

38 Sumner Street 
Co-editor-in-chief of Yearbook; English 400; Foreign Ex- 
change Club 3, 4; Co-Captain Soccer Team 4; Honor Roll 1, 
2, 3; Soccer 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. 

As co-editor-in-chief of Tiot 1968, Paul has proved himself 
reliable and independent of thought ... a strong contender 
on the soccer and track field . . . distinguished appearance 
and polished manners. 

VIRGINIA PENDER "Ginny" 

24 Rosemary Street 

Cheerleading 4; Election Commission 4; Foreign Exchange 

Club 4; French Club 2, 3; Softball 3, 4; Gymnastics 2, 3, 4; 

Junior Prom Committee; Yearbook Circulation Committee; 

Senior Musicale. 

Bouncy and popular . . . an active girl in and out of school 
... a cute and peppy cheerleader. 



KEVIN MICHAEL PETROVEK "Kev" 

33 Granite Street 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Play; Baseball 4; Soccer 4; 
Senior Prom Committee; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf 3. 

A member in good standing of the "Mag 7" . . . his zest 
on the soccer field is matched only by his lively personality. 

LINDA MAY PHILLIPS "Phil" 

16 Heather Drive 
Basketball; Future Teachers of America Club; Biology Club 
4, Officer 4; Senior Musicale. 



Linda hopes to mix travel with a nursing career . 
versatile in her interests . . . demure and sweet. 



very 




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MONICA ANN MARIE PHILLIPS "Monique Moni" 

18 St. Joseph Avenue 
Art Club; Biology Club; Junior Prom Committee; Pep Club; 
Senior Play; Drama, Secretary; Student Council 2, 3, 4; 
Election Commission; Art Award; Honor Roll 3. 

A complete extrovert whose artistic taste is proclaimed by 
her wardrobe and coiffure . . . "mod" in thought and deed. 

PATRICIA ANN PHILLIPS "Pat" 

114 Pleasant Street 
Debating Club 1; French Club 2, 3, 4; Freshman and Sopho- 
more Party Committees; Junior Prom Committee; Pep Club; 
Hilltopper Staff 4. 

Pat is sure to make a successful French teacher . . . pos- 
sesses a good style, sense, and an easy, affable disposition. 



JOYANNE PLUMMER 

91 Lane Drive 
Pep Club 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; 



Senior Musicale. 



This young lady is right up-to-date with the latest "mod" 
fashions . . . an avid football and hockey fan . . . helpful 
and industrious. 



LINDA LEE PRATT 

71 Wilson Street 
Drama Club; Pep Club; Freshman and Sophomore Party 
Committees; Junior and Senior Prom Committees; Senior 
Musicale. 

A flair for wearing the right clothes ... a quiet demeanor 
that tends to be deceiving . . . she will enter the merchandiz- 
ing field. 

ARTHUR PUNGITORE "Pungie" 

349 Pleasant Street 
Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale. 

Self-contained and content to let others climb the social 
ladder . . . never harsh or unfriendly, despite his skill as a 
wrestler. 





LINDA ANN PURPURA 

38 Sturtevant Avenue 
Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Library Service Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 
3; Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Honor Roll 1. 

A hard worker, Linda achieves much in school . . . dedicated 
to youth and their upbringing . . . earnest and sympathetic. 

ARTHUR R. PYNE "Russ" 

125 Cameron Road 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Senior 
Musicale; Senior Prom Committee. 

His good humor and friendliness are obvious . . . always 
unruffled and on an even keel . . . likes skiing and deep sea 
fishing. 



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ANGELA RAGUSA 

153 Winslow Avenue 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Senior 
Musicale. 

One of the busy twins who excels in sewing and other 
domestic arts . . . likes to make others comfortable. 

JOSEPHINE RAGUSA 

153 Winslow Avenue 
Freshman and Sophomore Party- Committees; Senior 
Musicale. 

Spends most of her time cooking and sewing or playing the 
piano . . . she aims to become a model housewife. 





SUZANNE E. RANDALL "Suzy" 

12 Alpine Road 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Junior Prom 
Committee; Senior Play; Student Council; Pep Club 3, 4. 



Well-attired for every occasion 
position and a kindly nature. 



. possesses an affable dis- 




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CHESTER TODD RANDOLPH "Todd" 

48 Rock Street 
Track 1, 2; Photography Club 1, 2; Junior Prom Committee; 
Senior Prom Committee. 

Active in his oion crowd . . . displays a genuine kindness and 
good humor . . . inclines to the mechanical in his interests. 

LESLIE A. RAPP "Les" 

11 Prescott Road 
Concert Choir 1, 2, 3; Freshman and Sophomore Party Com- 
mittees; Senior Musicale; Pep Club 3, 4. 

Usually the center of amusement, Les takes life in stride . . . 
shy but not reserved . . . plays a "hot" guitar. 



LEONARD PAUL RENTEL "Lenny" 

40 Norton Drive 
Football 1; Baseball 1; Student Council; Sophomore Party 
Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Honor Roll 2; Senior 
Musicale. 

"A merry heart doeth good like a medicine" . . . one of the 
louder voices on campus . . . frequently an instigator of 
laughter. 

SUSANNE RICHARDSON "Sue" 

330 Walpole Street 
Field Hockey 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain; Tennis 1, 2, 3; Pep Club; 
Spanish Club 4; Senior Musicale. 

Colorful appearance due to beautiful flame-red hair and a 
rosy complexion ... a quietly capable student. 




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DAVID RICHMOND "Dave" 

143 Albemarle Road 
Football 1; Track 1, 3; Baseball 2, 4; Honor Roll 2, 3; Senior 
Musicale. 

A formidable foe on the wrestling mat, but an amiable and 
witty person in social circles ... a smile is his umbrella. 



MAUREEN F. RICO 

107 Audubon Road 
Field Hockey 3, 4; Freshman Party Committee; Future 
Homemakers 2; Senior Musicale. 

A tendency to shy away from crowds, but observant and 
interested . . . capable salesgirl at a local store. 



RANDALL LEE RINTALA "Randy" 

93 Audubon Road 
Sophomore Party Committee; Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 
4; Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4. 

One of the best long-distance runners in Norwood High his- 
tory . . . gives that friendly "Hi" to all comers . . . likes 
fishing and bowling also. 



NANCY E. ROBERTS "Foot*' 

36 Audubon Road 
Choralaires 1, 2; Hilltopper 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 4; Junior 
Prom Committee; Pep Club 3, 4; Yearbook Advertising 
Committee; Student Council 3; Election Commission 4; 
Foreign Exchange Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 

An abundance of school spirit which influences everyone 
around her ... a true friend with an unselfish interest 
in her colleagues. 

SUSAN ELIZABETH ROBINSON "Sue" 

26 Columbine Road 
Spanish Club; Field Hockey 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4. 

Resolute and industrious . . . will achieve her desire to 
become a nurse . . . humorous outlook on life will be a 
boon to her patients. 






TIMOTHY JAMES ROWE "Tim" 

35 Birch Road 
Freshman Party Committee; Junior and Senior Prom Com- 
mittees; Senior Musicale. 

A deceptive angelic countenance . . . has a subtle, dry sense 
of humor . . . plans to become a draftsman. 



MARTHA A. RUSSELL 

49 Gay Street 
Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Lab Aide 4; Senior Musicale. 



A reserved individual . 
ulary and uses it well. 



she possesses an extensive vocab- 



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JEAN MARIE RUSSETTI 

29 Hemlock Street 
Pep Club 3, 4; Senior Prom Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Freshman Party Committee. 

Jeanie's eyes are like big round saucers, the prettiest ever 
. . . an agile skater and tennis player . . . naturally 
reticent. 

MARGARET E. RYDER 

176 Dean Street 
Freshman Party; Pep Club 3, 4; Senior Play; Senior Prom 
Committee. 



A swimmer of- grace and ability 
moves on the dance floor, too. 



noted for her agile 



GEORGE SAAD "Ginso" 

1247 Washington Street 
Track 1; Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; 
Soccer 3, 4. 

Plays offense and defense equally well for the soccer team 
. . . his quiet appearance is deceiving. 





STEVEN SALL "Steve" 

47 Westover Parkway 
Soccer 3; Freshman Party Committee; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale. 

Cultivated manners and decorum set Steve apart ... a 
loyal friend . . . alert and competent in the classroom, too. 

GERARD LEONARD SANSONE 

858 Washington Street 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Senior 
Musicale. 

Always close to a car . . . enjoys mechanics . . . not overly 
fond of school . . . thrives on thrills. 



MICHAEL PAUL SANTOSPAGO "Mike" 

191 Winslow Avenue 
Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Wrestling 2, 3; Freshman 
Party Committee; Senior Musicale. 

A big guy, who goes over big with his many friends . . . 
as co-captain of the Mustangs, he contributed an excellent 
example of drive and enthusiasm. 

KATHERINE M. SASTAVICKAS "Kathy" 

4 Ridgevvood Drive 
Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Foreign Exchange 
Club 2, 3; Spanish Club 4; Student Council Dance 2, 3; 
Senior Play; Senior Musicale; Honor Roll 3. 



Free and independant nature . . 
... a true woman of the world. 



self-possessed and poised 




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MARK SCHIANO 

14 Meadow Street 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Senior Play 
Committee; Senior Musicale. 



A small, jovial lad who is big with his friends 
"McManus Boy." 



another 



NANCY SCHLOSBERG 

851 Coventry Lane 
Senior Play; French Club; Pep Club 3, 4; Senior Musicale. 

An outgoing young lady with an active interest in science 
... a newcomer who was quickly caught up in school 
spirit . . . Nancy is the proud owner of a '68 car. 




JAMES EDWARD SERGI "Jim" 

139 Hill Street 
Gymnastics 3, 4; Freshman and Sophomore Party Com- 
mittees; Senior Musicale. 

Tends to be lackadaisical in school but always ready with 
an off-the-cuff remark to break up the class . . . Jim has 
a strong interest in athletics. 



VICTOR SERVELLO "Vic" 

1390 Washington Street 
Football 1; Track 1, 2; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom 
Committee; Honor Roll 1, 3; Class Officer 3, 4. 

Always well-attired and well-mannered . . . handles our class 
finances with care . . . he will attain whatever he pursues. 

CAROLYN SEVAL "Carol" 

102 Richland Road 
Freshman and Sophomore Committees; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Student Council 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Senior Musicale. 

Carol has fine taste in clothes which she wears with a flair 
. . . popular with her circle of friends . .. . not enthusiastic 
about school. 





CHARLES H. SHAW "Charlie" 

100 Elliot Street 
Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-captain 4; Football 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3; 
Junior Prom Committee. 

A very fine wrestler who helped lead his team on to the 
District Championship . . . in school he is capable, intelligent, 
and aware of the changing times. 

NANCY LOU SHAW 

32 Woodbine Road 
Pep Club; Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; 
Senior Play; Senior Musicale. 



Tall and graceful 
well qualified . . 



. .aims to be a beautician and seems 
a nice person to know. 



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EDWARD V. SHEA "Ed" 

192 Roosevelt Avenue 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Senior 
Musicale. 

Ed's hobby is tinkering with cars, but he plans to go into 
the plumbing business . . . all things mechanical appeal to 
him. 

THOMAS SHEA "Tom" 

21 Lane Drive 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain of Football; 
Co-Captain of Hockey. 

Norwood High's greatest halfback . . . he terrorized many 
an opponent . . . big on the ice, too . . . always where the 
action is. 



JUDITH HELEN SHORE 

7 Monroe Street 
Pep Club 3, 4; Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; 
Senior Musicale. 

Gregarious and ready to go along ivith the crowd . . . a 
calm and unruffled temperament . . . has a word to say on 
all topics. 






ANN FRANCES SHUMAN "Ann" 

59 Devon Road 
Student Council 4; Tennis Team 1; Freshman and Sopho- 
more Party Committees; Honor Roll 3; Senior Musicale. 

One of the best-looking and most courteous girls on the 
Hill . . . will make an excellent teacher because of her con- 
sideration for others. 

DAVID SHUTE "Dave" 

270 Dean Street 
Soccer 3, 4; Biology Club 2, 3; Indoor Track 4; Senior 
Musicale. 

A dedicated soccer player . . . loves outdoor sports . . . 
someday he will earn his wings as a pilot. 



PHILIP J. SIAS "Phil" 

149 Lincoln Street 
Football 1, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Senior Musicale. 

An all-round outdoorsman with a love for sports . . . 
esteemed by all and friendly to all. 

DIANA LEE SIMMONS "Greek" 

23 St. Catherine Road 
Choralaires 1, 2, 3, 4; Madrigal Singers 3, 4; Senior Play; 
Senior Musicale; Drama 4. 

An active girl with an amiable disposition . . . an asset 
to the Choralaires . . . there's music in her voice- and a song 
in her heart. 




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KENNETH THOMAS SIMPSON "Ken" 

66 Bornvvood Drive 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; N.M.S.Q.T. 
Letter of Commendation. 

Foreign languages are his first love . . . usually reserved, 
yet always ready to assist when needed . . . argumentative 
but a good thinker. 



RICHARD JOSEPH SIRVINSKY "Jinx" 

10 West Street 
Hockey 1; Sophomore Party Committee; Senior Musicale. 

Possesses no great love for school, but manages to get by 
. . . knows all too well the meaning of "five hours" . . . 
there's always fun with "Jinx." 




LINDA SISKIN 

48 Lenox Street 
Freshman, Sophomore Party Committee; 



Senior Musicale. 



Interested in the ways of people and ivhat makes them tick 
. . . likes to keep her friends in suspense . . . the non- 
chalant manner is for her. 



JANET SMITH 

63 Howard Street 
World Affairs Council 3, 4; Drama 3; Senior Play; Yearbook 
Advertising Committee; Field Hockey 2; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 4; NMSQT Letter of Com- 
mendation; Senior Musicale. 

Although an actress at heart, Janet will make a fine teacher 
. . . she has a zest for living. 

LINDA SMITH 

46 Redwood Drive 
Newspaper 1, 2; Field Hockey 2; Basketball 2; Pep Club 
3, 4; Freshman Party Committee. 

A future Florence Nightingale . . . active in many school 
projects and an enthusiastic sports participant. 






MARK WILLIAM SMITH "Smitty" 

144 Codman Road 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Senior Play. 

All ivater sports appeal to Mark . . . girls, too, take up a 
good bit of his free time ... a jolly fellow. 

JOANNE SOFUOLIS 

31 Fales Avenue 
Biology Club 2; Pep Club 4; Senior Play; Senior Musicale. 

Joanne is famous for her "dramatic" impersonation of an old 
grandmother . . . possesses one of the greatest smiles in 
the class of '68 . . . colorful in dress and appearance. 



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DOUGLAS CAMPBELL SOMERVILLE "Doug" 

46 Kathleen Lane 
Debating Team; English 400; Soccer Team 4; Honorable 
Mention Science Fair 1, 3; Honor Roll 3. 

A jolly chap who possesses no enemies but has scores of 
admirers . . . hard-working manager of the soccer team . . . 
a more pleasant nature could not be found. 

STEVEN ROGER SORTEVIK "Doc" 

56 Crestwood Circle 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Drum 
Major 3, 4; Senior Play; Yearbook Sponsor Editor; Stage Band 
1, 2, 3, 4; N.M.S.Q.T. Letter of Commendation; Honor 
Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Articulate and convincing in expressing his convictions . . . 
as a future lawyer, he can even now plead a great case. 



WILLIAM F. SPIERDOWIS 

280 Railroad Avenue 
Football 1, 2; Soccer 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Play, Decoration Committee for Junior Prom, Sopho- 
more Party Committee. 

Whether in school, boosting class spirit, or playing basketball 
or soccer, "Spuds" manages to whip up enthusiasm . . . 



a credit to his class. 





GAIL MARION STANOVITCH 

87 Railroad Avenue 
Peabody Style Show; Freshman and Sophomore Party 
Committees. 

Carefree and exuberant . . . likes to live and keep on the 
move . . . at ease with her select group of friends . . . more 
active out of school than in. 

MARY E. STANTON "Mary Beth" 

26 Rock Street 
Pep Club 3, 4; Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; 
Spanish Club 2. 

A truly generous-hearted girl . . . puts life and fun into 
all her actions . . . accepted by all the crowd. 



PHILOMENA STUMPO "Phyllis" 

20 Oolah Avenue 
Pep Club 3, 4; Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party 
Committee; Senior Musicale; Senior Play Committee. 

Aims to be a secretary and seems well-equipped to attain this 
goal . . . interested in many school sports. 

JEANNE SULLIVAN "Jeannie" 

21 Sycamore Street 
Pep Club; Future Homemakers of America; Basketball 2; 
Softball 2; Art Club 2; Juniors World Affairs Council; Hill- 
topper 1; Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees. 

A pleasing smile and sunny disposition . . . her enthusiasm 
brightens many a dull day . . . carries out a job from start 
to finish. 





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JOAN V. SULLIVAN 

35 Marion Avenue 
Choralaires 1, 2; Junior Prom Committee; Pep Club 3, 4; 
Foreign Exchange Club 3, 4; Officer 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1; Yearbook Circulation 
Committee. 

A genuine sports lover . . . Joan has the respect of all her 
classmates ... a true supoprter of all school functions. 

MARK STEPHEN SULLIVAN 

61 Longwood Terrace 
French Club 2; Spanish Club 4; Drama Club 4; Senior Play; 
Soccer 3; Biology Club 2; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Ticket-Seller 3. 



A connoisseur of amusing stories . . . 
anytime, anywhere . . . very active. 



can cheer up a person 




JANE SWEENEY 

44 Rock Street 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Junior and 
Senior Prom Committees; Drama Club 1, 2; Gymnastics 2; 
Honor Roll 1; Senior Musicale; Senior Play Committee. 

Natural and at ease in any circle . . . not strictly attuned 
to scholastic matters . . . but "in the swim" as a surfer, 
and right up our alley as a bowler. 



NANCY KAY SWEENEY "Foot 1" 

' 33 Bellevue Avenue 
Student Council 1, 2; Executive Board 3, 4; Class Officer 2; 
Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; A. F. S. Club 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
American Field Service Scholarship; Honor Roll 1, 2. 

As this year's foreign exchange student, Nancy won many 
a Brazilian friend ... a cute and courteous lady. 

WILLIAM HENRY TAGGART "Sig" 

1285 Washington Street 
Band 1, 2, 3; Audio Visual Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Band Officer 3. 

Likes anything electric ... a spark in the classroom . . . 
an agreeable attitude toward all. 





MAUREEN TAMULIONIS 

10 Catalpa Road 
Pep Club 3, 4; Biology Club 2; Student Council 3, 4; Senior 
Play; Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Junior 
Prom Committee; Student Council Dance Committee. 

"Try and you shall succeed" is her philosophy . . . displays 
good taste in clothes, which her taU figure sets off to 
advantage. 

LINDA GAY THOMPSON 

70 Prospect Street 
Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Pep Club. 

Dancing is Linda's first love . . . she Iwpes to qualify as an 
I.B.M. operator ... a frequent visitor to room 19. 



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ROBERT P. TINCKER "Tink" 

901 Washington Street 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Step Party, 
Peabody School. 

Light-hearted, sensitive, groomed in the modern mode and 
pursued by female admirers . . . the Pied Piper of Peabody. 

CHRISTINE TONNING "Chris" 

30 Saunders Road 
Field Hockey 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Softball 3, 4; Library 
Aide; World Affairs Council; Choralaires; Concert Choir; 
Library Aide Service Award; Treasurer — Library Service 
Club; Class . Historian. 

Chris' prime interest is sports, whether it be field hockey 
or basketball ... a future political scientist . . . well- 
poised and well-dressed at all times. 



CONSTANCE M. TULLY 

242 East Cross Street 
Drama Club; Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Pep Club. 



Beautiful red hair . . 
typist and bookkeeper 




Connie finds life gay 
. . a good actress. 




ELAINE TURCOTTE 

182 Richland Road 
Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; Drama Club; 
Junior Prom Committee; Student Council 4; Pep Club. 

Her social life is a busy one . . . she likes to be in the 
limelight . . . an adept dancer and actress. 

MICHAEL TWISS "Mike" 

306 Walpole Street 
Track 1, 2; Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees. 



Mike is well-organized and efficient 
. . . handles responsibility well . . 
business administration. 



. . always neat-looking 
he should be at home in 



DAVID RALF UDDEN "Dino" 

91 Dean Street 
Senior Play; Senior Musicale; Photography Club; President 
Photography Club; Stage Manager; Football 1. 

Dave's deep mellow voice and his flair for repartee make him 
a natural disc jockey . . . he likes photography . . . plays 
the drums well. 

FREDERICK R. VALENTINE 

18 Norton Drive 
Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Indoor 
Track 3, 4; Outdoor Track 1, 3, 4; Circulation Committee, 
Yearbook. 



"Know thyself" 
rightly so . . 
everywhere. 



. . Fred is content with what he is and 
a rare personality who makes friends 




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"Bugzy" 
Committees; Senior 



PATRICIA ANN WARD 

71 Deerfield Road 
Library Service 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Field Hockey 3; 
Senior Play; Gymnastics 2, 3; Yearbook Circualtion Com- 
mittee; Hilltopper 2, 3, 4; Hilltopper Editor 4; French Club 4; 
Honor Roll 1. 

Competent editor of the Hilltopper . . . organizes her time 
well and accomplishes much in a short time. 



KENNETH VINSON 

43 Hill Street 
Freshman and Sophomore Party 
Musicale. 

Schoolwork does not constrain Ken, he gets his recreation 
in anyway . . . fast sports appeal to him, racing and skiing 
especially. 

CAROL ANN WALSH 

34 Forrest Avenue 
Pep Club 3, 4; Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees; 
Senior Musicale. 

A delicate, trim-looking young lady with an air of quiet 
competence . . . shy and winsome. 



"Pat" 



RAYMOND WAUHKONEN "Wauh" 

17 Peabody Road 
Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming 3, 4; Senior Musicale; Freshman 
Party Committee. 

An outstanding tennis player and a fine swimmer . . . 
courteous to all . . . the Mid-West will see him next year. 



SUSAN FRANCES WENZEL "Sue" 

83 Cross Street 
Concert Choir 1, 2; Freshman and Sophomore Party Com- 
mittees; Senior Musicale. 

Sue is a music devotee . . . listening, singing, playing aU 
interest her . . . should be a whiz in the business world. 





STANLEY WALTER CHARLES WESOLOWSKI 

84 Richland Road 
N.M.S.QT. Letter of Commendation; Freshman Party Com- 
mittee; Senior Prom Committee. 

In school, he's a loner, but outside a certain girl occupies 
much of his attention . . . scholastically, a hard worker. 

MARY BARBARA WEST 

7 Elda Drive 
Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 4; Newspaper Staff 
3, 4; Yearbook Circulation Committee. 

A gracious young lady who holds a realistic outlook on the 
future . . . loves field hockey and skiing. 



JOHN WHITE 

42 Mountain Avenue 
Football 1; Hockey 1; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior 
Prom Committee. 

A ski enthusiast ... a seemingly quiet guy but with a 
penchant for mischief . . . interested in science and hopes 
to fulfill his dreams in this field. 

DARLENE WIGGINS 

959 Washington Street 
French Club; Pep Club; Junior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale. 

That contralto tone and beautiful hair attract favorable 
attention . . . an active and affable sixty -eighter. 



WARREN WILKINSON 

59 North Avenue 
Hockey 1, 2, 3; Freshman and Sophomore Party Committees. 

Tall, blond and smiling . . . like the Wilkinson blade, he 
looks "Sharp" . . . lias a congenial disposition. 





EDWARD C. WINCHESTER "Ed" 

86 Lane Drive 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Committee; 
Senior Play Committee. 

Ed's love for the out-of-doors could lead him to a career in 
forestry . . . inclined to be quiet in school. 



SUSAN WINTHROP "Sue" 

11 Crestwood Circle 
Junior Prom Decoration Committee; Senior Play; Senior 
Musicale; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 



A quiet girl who is feminine and sophisticated 
to give up easily. 



not one 



PAUL LAURENCE WORDEN 

183 Walpole Street 
Football 1; Gymnastics 1; Freshman and Sophomore Party 
Committees. 

Paul can't get enough of sports cars . . . if his dreams are 
realized, he will become an engineer some day . . . quick- 
witted and agile. 

PAUL WYSOCKI 

39 Edgehill Road 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Party Committee; Junior 
Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee. 

A big likeable, hunk of guy . . . "puts out" on the basketball 
court ... a calm, cheerful attitude toward life. 




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RICHARD JOHN ZABROWSKI "Czar" 

996 Washington Street 
Freshman Party Committee; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Senior Musicale. 

Much of his time is spent listening to, dancing to, or making 
music . . . "Czar" gets around and enjoys life. 

SANDRA MARY ZAMORE "Sandy" 

64 Westview Drive 
Choralaires 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman and Sophomore Party Com- 
mittees; Senior Musicale. 

A girl well-gifted in many fields, but especially in music . . . 
possesses a warm personality. 



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Senator Eugene J. McCarthy of Minnesota, presidential aspirant 
for the Democratic nomination as we go to press, made the following 
remark in one of his campaign speeches, "no one who is insensitive to 
poetry and song can have respect for learning, and no one who has no 
respect for learning can have real respect for justice, and no one who 
does not respect justice can, in fact, manifest a true love for his country." 
The members of the class of 1968 wish to go on record as heartily endors- 
ing the above statement which is so very relevant to their yearbook 

theme of "Patriotism." 



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Three Top TIOT Stalwarts 

Pazniokas, Donovan, Orme 

Our Three Top Men 



The high-ranking men in the class of 
1968 are Steven Donovan, the President 
of the class, Paul Pazniokas, Co-editor-in- 
chief of the yearbook and Kevin Orme, 
President of the Student Council. All are 
accomplished students as well as acknow- 
ledged leaders. 

Steve Donovan is admired by his 
classmates as being the perfect student, 
athlete, leader and friend. In short— the 
Ail-American Boy. He is a member of the 
National Honor Society, as well as the 
recipient of the Harvard Book Award. On 
the football team, Steve played a rugged 
game both offensively and defensively. 
On the basketball team, he was a popular 
captain. Next year, Steve plans to con- 
tinue his education at Harvard University. 

Paul Pazniokas has proved himself 
an able and energetic manager, editing our 



yearbook. His dry humor and spirit have 
lightened many anxious moments. Noth- 
ing can deter Paul from what he intends 
to do. He was co-captain of the soccer 
team and a member of the track team. 
Paul hopes to attend Dartmouth next 
year. 

Kevin Orme, President of the Stu- 
dent Council, has not only been a great 
representative of the Senior Class, but 
also of the entire student body. His 
abilities as a leader were obvious as he 
contributed to the success of our first 
Computer Dance, the most profitable 
Globe Santa Drive in our history, and a 
happier circumstance for Senior finals. 
Kevin's main asset as a leader is his pro- 
found interest in his class, which spurred 
him on to great accomplishments. Kevin 
hopes to attend Yale next year. 



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Freshman Class Officers (Class of '68) 

First Row: Coakley, Orme. Jacobs 
Second Row: Machado, Seval, Phalen 

Green Recruits 

September, 1964, marked the attain- Vice-President; Carolyn Seval and Ralph 

ment of our long-held desire to become a Jacobs, Treasurers; Sylvia Dyer, Secre- 

part of the wonderful "School on the tary; Cathleen Coakley, Girls' A. A. and 

Hill." We then became filled with deter- James Phalen, Boys' A. A. Representa- 

mination to make the most of our four tives. 
years at Norwood High. The Freshman Party marked our 

We shall never forget our first hectic debut in Norwood High School's social 
but thrilling days at high school. It was life. A fine program of entertainment 
impossible for us to travel from one room was provided by our classmates, in par- 
to another without getting lost in the ticular by the Four Aces, a band con- 
massive sea of unfamiliar people who sisting of Charles Carchedi, Robert Hall, 
surged through what seemed a labyrinth James Abel, and Bruce Wheat. Songbird 
of corridors. Despite our apprehensions Barbara Lanzoni provided one of the 
and feelings of insecurity we soon learned high spots of the evening, 
to hold our own. By June of 1965 we had made a 

Our first political campaign resulted place for ourselves, and as "Sons and 

in the election of the following officers: Daughters True" we hoped to carry on 

Kevin Orme, President; Richard Machado, all the best traditions of Norwood High. 

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Sophomore Class Officers (Class of '68) 

Seated: Marzuolo, Sweeney 
Standing: Phalen, Cronin, Machado, Levitsky, Donovan 

Well Entrenched 



In the fall of 1965, we returned to 
N. H. S. proud of our newly-acquired 
status as sophomores. With a year of 
valuable experience already behind us, it 
was easier to get down to work and into 
the main stream of things. Vigorous cam- 
paigning resulted in our electing John 
Cronin, President; Richard Machado, Vice- 
President; Alexis Levitsky and James 
Phalen, Treasurers; Dorothy Marzuolo, 
Secretary; Stephen Donovan, Boys' A. A. 
and Nancy Sweeney, Girls' A. A. Repre- 
sentatives. 

On November 18, a gaily adorned 
school cafeteria became the site of our 
Sophomore Party. The then newly- 
organized high school Stage Band sup- 
plied entertainment throughout the eve- 
ning. More of our class's hidden talent 
was revealed with Marie Payne's perform- 
ance of her "lion act." To the enjoyment 
of students and faculty alike, all who 



dared sing were led in song and rhythm 
by the folk combo consisting of Stephen 
Donovan, Richard Machado, Kevin Orme, 
and Lenny Rentel. The night's entertain- 
ment was made complete with Barbara 
Lanzoni's singing of her now traditional, 
"There's a Summer Place." 

By this year our athletes had well 
infiltrated into both the J. V. and varsity 
teams. Neil Higgins' and Tom Shea's con- 
tributions gave foreshadowings of the 
strength and skill which would be further 
provided by other as yet "un-sung heroes" 
of our class. While our men fought, we 
sophomore spectators were led in cheers 
by expert enthusiasts Paula Crook and 
Nancy Sweeney. 

About to enter our Junior year 
we knew that we must direct our 
energies toward surpassing all expec- 
tations. 



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Class of 1968 Officers as Juniors 

First Row: Mazzola 
Second Row: Paquette, Machado, Coakley, Donovan 
Third Row: Servello, Lembo 

Seasoned Veterans 



When we returned to the "Hill" as 
Juniors, our predominant thought was: 
upperclassmen at last! With eagerness and 
perhaps a little scepticism we began what 
was to be the most demanding and dif- 
ficult years of high school. 

Our most exciting class election to 
date resulted in popular Steve Donovan 
being elected President; Richard Machado, 
Vice-President; Dorothy Mazzola, Secre- 
tary; Janine Paquette and Victor Servello, 
Treasurers; Cathleen Coakley and Vincent 
Lembo, A. A. Representatives. 

Other outstanding students who 
filled their roles as members of our class 
included Nancy Sweeney who was chosen 
to represent Norwood High in Brazil. 
Corinne Maciewjewski and Paul Pazniokas 
were elected to the Gargantuan responsi- 
bility of co-editors-in-chief of our TIOT. 
The voluble spirit of Pat Burke proved a 
wonderful addition to the voices of our 



other two "old-timers," Paula and Nancy. 
And, of course, we cannot forget the 
innumerable list of students whose ath- 
letic contributions helped lead our teams 
to victory. But, above all, we can be proud 
of the ever loyal and sport-spirited class- 
men of '68 who gave faithful attendance 
and support to the N.H.S. teams. 

The April evening of our Junior 
Prom finally arrived after long and fever- 
ish anticipation. Due to the endless efforts 
of the decoration committee, our cafeteria 
had been transformed into an enchanting 
South Sea island of Hawaii— a perfect set- 
ting for an evening of enjoyment. 

With June came the end of one more 
year at N.H.S. Bidding adieu to the Sen- 
ior Class and our Junior year we prepared 
for the responsibilities of leadership which 
would be ours as the top ranking class on 
the "Hill" the coming fall. 



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Exchange Students have South America in Common 

NANCY KAY SWEENEY - YARA MARIA BANNWART 



Fll Never Forget: 

Looking down on the Andes Moun- 
tains after being told the plane had 
engine trouble. 

Learning Portuguese because I could 
not stand being silent. 

Trying to kill awhite rat in the kitchen 
at Sao Paulo and then being told it was 
the family pet. 

The celebrating and jumping around 
at carnival until four in the morning. 

Drinking black coffee and eating rice 
and beans. 

The coral beaches and palm trees in 
Rio, the buildings and soccer games in 
Santos, and the poverty and illiteracy 
in the interior of Sao Paulo. 

Wearing a uniform and going to school 
on Saturdays, which I didn't like much. 

The friendliness, cooperation, and 
understanding of my South American 
family, and of my own. 

Nancy Sweeney 



Fll Always Remember: 

The welcome that the American peo- 
ple gave to me. 

My first school day at Norwood Sen- 
ior High, trying to speak and understand 
English in the classes. 

Going down to "Friendly's" after 
hockey, football, and basketball games. 

The day when I first saw the soft, 
white snow coming down. 

Climbing "Blue Hill" on October 11, 
1967. 

The nickname that my new friends 
gave me: "Yo-Yo". 

The patience and understanding that 
the teachers at N.H.S. had for me. 

My American family, the Penders, 
who treated me with love, patience and 
understanding. 

Ginny, my American sister, the best 
sister that anyone could ever have. 

"There's a School on the Hill Called 
Norwood" where I had the best time 
of my life. 

Yara Maria Bannwart 



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Class of 1968 Officers as Seniors 

Seated: Servello, Coakley 
Standing: Lembo, Paquette, Donovan, Hurley, Machado 

Top Rankers At Long Last 



With a "g.a.s.p." we realized that our 
year had finally come, that as Seniors 
we were now the V.I.P'S. To lead us 
during our last and most important year 
we elected Stephen Donovan, President; 
Richard Machado, Vice-President; Can- 
dace Hurley, Secretary; Janine Paquette 
and Victor Sevello, Treasurers; Cathleen 
Coakley and Vincent Lembo, A. A. Rep- 
resentatives. Kevin Orme was chosen 
as President of the Student Council. 

We were happy to have Yara Bann- 
wart from Brazil as our exchange stu- 
dent and as a member of the class of '68. 

Yearbook editors-in-chief Paul Pazni- 
okas and Corinne Maciejewski embarked 
on the major project of producing an 
outstanding yearbook under the direc- 
tion of Mrs. Riley. Circulation editors 
were Carolyn Deasy, Candace Hurley, 
Vincent Lembo and Dana Craig. Michael 



Carey and Eileen O'Connell took on the 
job of advertising editors. Art work 
was ably handled by David Carey, 
Joyce Abromowski,and Alexis Levitsky. 
Cathy Coakleyand Steve Sortevik delved 
for sponsors with Mr. Nolet credited 
with a major assist. The yearbook pro- 
duced is a great credit to all concerned. 

The array of sports at N.H.S. con- 
tinued to receive our ardent support. 
Football co-captains Mike Santospago 
and Tom Shea together with Jimmy 
David, Steve Donovan, Eddy Farioli, 
Tom Hopkins, Larry Jansen, Warren 
Kramer, Charlie Kelly, and Charlie Shaw 
deserve much credit for their hard work 
and great playing. 

In addition to Steve Donovan and 
Bill Spierdowis who made the "Dream 
Team", the skill of Phil Coakley, 
Lenny Harris, Norman Johnson, Richie 



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Lindahl, Pat McGill, Phil Sias and Paul 
Wysocki enabled Norwood's basketball 
team to make a good showing for us. 

The hockey season brought our class 
and the whole town to its highest pitch 
of excitement. A superb team which 
included Bob Begley, Jack Cronin, Eddy 
Graham, Neil Higgins, Leo Mclnerney, 
and Tom Shea upheld Norwood's repu- 
tation on the ice. Probably the most 
exciting hockey game in Norwood's 
history was the final game against 
Arlington. Although the defeat received 
in overtime was painful, we will always 
remember that in addition to so many 
victories the team's perseverance, good 
sportsmanship, and never-say-die spirit 
gave us all so much to be proud of. 

In December our class production 
of "The Mouse that Roared" was pre- 
sented under the direction of Mrs. Louis 
Buscone. A round of applause was 
deserved by Sandy Kinsinger, Steve 
Sortevik, the citizens of "Grand Fen- 
wick," and all others who helped make 
our play a success. 

In early spring more of our class's 
talents were demonstrated in the pro- 
duction of "Show Boat." We success- 
fully presented Norwood High's most 



ambitious musical to date, thanks to the 
all-out effort made by the music depart- 
ment, Mrs. Buscone, Miss Ryan, Mr. 
Abraham, and many others. Other rea- 
sons for our musical's excellence were 
the outstanding performances of Kathy 
Lyons, Pat McGill, Joanne Sofulis, Tom 
DiMarzo, Jimmy Foley, John Grenham, 
Karan Jones, Kris Kask, and Barbara 
Lanzoni. 

Our most prominent and long-awaited 
social event, our senior prom, was held 
at Sidney Hill Country'Club. 

The last few weeks which remained 
in our high school career were filled 
with the excitement of preparing for 
graduation, but even so. with nostalgic 
realizations that such a large and import- 
ant part of our lives was slipping into 
memory. 

We now leave Norwood High School 
deeply grateful to our teachers and par- 
ents who have helped prepare us to face 
the future and its challenges. We also 
leave mindful of the importance which 
co-operation and unity have had in 
making the class of nineteen hundred 
and sixty-eight a great class, in making 
1968 our great year. 




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"When an American says that he loves his country, 
he means not only that he loves the New England hills, 
the prairies glistening in the sun, the wide and rising 
plains, the great mountains, and the sea. He means that 
he loves an inner air, an inner light in which freedom 
lives and in which a man can draw a breath of self- 
respect." These beautiful words of Adlai Stevenson are 

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and to understand and appreciate the culture of other 

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Guidance Department 




In keeping with an expanding enroll- 
ment, the Guidance Department increased 
its staff of counselors from six to seven. 
This necessitated moving the files in 
order to make an office out of the former 
file room for the new counselor. 

The heart of the guidance program is 
the counseling relationship through which 
each pupil is helped to understand him- 
self as he really is and to develop thereby 
his personal decision-making competen- 
cies. Beginning with information based 
on Norwood High School's offerings, the 
counselor collects and disseminates infor- 
mation to students and their parents 
concerning opportunities for further edu- 
cation and for future careers. 

In conjunction with teachers and ad- 
ministrators the counselor assists in pro- 
viding placement services for the proper 
grouping of pupils in appropriate classes. 
He helps the student to make the tran- 
sition from one level to another, one 
school to another, and from school to 
employment. Indeed, in these areas, it 
has been gratifying to note the increasing 
number of former graduates returning 
for assistance in the transition from the 
service to civilian life, as well as from 
semi-skilled to more highly skilled occu- 
pations or professions. 



Top: Mr. Morris sets a mark for Marc. 
Middle: A "Valentine" for Mr. Poce. 
Bottom: Rapport is evident between Christine 
and Mr. Jacques. 



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English Department 





The Norwood High School English 
Department offers a variety of courses in 
the art and science of using our language 
in reading, writing, and speaking. Eng- 
lish courses, required and elective, are 
designed to develop, increase, and enrich 
language skills and to provide students 
with an introduction to and a basic un- 
derstanding of our literary heritage. 

Students are helped to develop an 
awareness of both the practical and the 
aesthetic aspects of all phases of the tra- 
ditional English curriculum. Varied liter- 
ary offerings for all ages, backgrounds, 
and cultures form the core around which 
revolve the rhetorical, compositional, 
grammatical, and oratorical experiences 
of the English classroom. 

English electives in Drama, Creative 
Writing, and Public Speaking, and the 
seminar "Utopian Societies in Literature" 
are specifically designed for students with 
special needs, talents, and interests. In 
addition special instruction is provided 
through the Developmental Reading and 
Study, Skills Programs to increase stu- 
dents' comprehension and rate of reading. 
Norwood High School students are as- 
signed to English classes which, in so far 
as possible, are specially adapted for then- 
needs and abilities. A Cumulative Course 
of Study in the Language Arts summa- 
rizes the objectives of the department. 



Top: Miss Hubbard's English group seems merry. 
Middle: Is Mike Carey one of the Wise Men? 
Bottom: Karen looks a bit intimidated by Mr. Flaherty. 



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Mathematics Department 




Top: Mr. Hartnett points out a parabola to 
his "people." 
Middle: Solving problems is Mr. Tozier's forte. 
Bottom: Mr. Gentile takes it easy, while Steve 
takes over. 

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The Mathematics Department is now 
nearing the end of a period of revision 
and change which is quite unlike any 
other period in the history of teaching 
mathematics. In the past ten years each 
course in the curriculum has been sub- 
stantially revised in order to take full 
advantage of new research done in the 
area of math education. Next year, for 
example, the department may partici- 
pate in a federally-funded study to dis- 
cover whether the use of a time-shared 
computer would improve the learning of 
mathematics. Second year algebra classes 
will have the opportunity to program a 
high speed digital computer through a 
time-shared terminal. The terminal will 
be attached to a computer in Boston. 

Most students find using a powerful, 
high speed computer interesting, chal- 
lenging, and exciting. In addition to 
their participation in a truly forward- 
looking project, they have fun. 

In the Basic Math courses, where pro- 
grammed instruction was introduced in 
1963, a compromise was reached. The 
programmed units were used for five 
weeks each term, and the regular text 
for the half of each term. This instruc- 
tion was achieved without the possible 
resulting boredom, while the regular 
teaching continued, with some of its 
problems removed or at least eased. 



History Department 




Top: Mr. Nolet on his favorite throne. 
Middle: Mr. Mac Donough's stand-in — he was on 

his apres-ski crutches. 
Bottom: What's missing from Miss Meade's third 



The Norwood Senior High School His- 
tory Program is designed to develop well- 
informed citizens by providing more 
depth and continuity in subject areas and 
more variety in course selection. 

Courses have, been offered to the stu- 
dent on the advanced level in Ancient 
Civilization and American History I. 
Upon successful completion of these 
courses, students advance to Western 
Civilization and American History II. 
Those students who are taking American 
History I and II are encouraged to take 
the Advanced Placement Examination 
which will, in some colleges, give them 
six credit hours toward degree work. 

For the college preparatory student, 
Ancient Civilizations or American Gov- 
ernment is offered in the Freshman year. 
Sophomores will take Western Civiliza- 
tion, and Juniors will take United States 
History. At the Senior year level, the 
college preparatory student has a wider 
selection of courses. The student may 
select any two of the following courses, 
which will be given during two terms in 
the academic year: Asian Studies, Rus- 
sian Studies, International Relations, or 
Recent United States History. A full 
year course in Economics is also offered 
for the college preparatory student. 

For those students who do not plan to 
continue their education beyond the sec- 
ondary school level, courses are offered 
in American Government in the Freshman 
year, World Geography in the Sophomore 
year, United States History in the Junior 
year, and a choice of either Contemporary 
Affairs or Economics in the Senior year. 



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Science Department 




Top: What's the chemical equation for a 
milkshake, Miss Wick? 
Middle: Real or inverted image, Mr. Fiore? 
Bottom: What does this experiment prove? 



The Science Department continues to 
grow annually, and the wide variety of 
courses offered for selection reflect the 
changes that have taken place in the 
sciences over the last decade. We are 
continuing with the Biological Sciences 
Curriculum Study, Blue and Yellow ver- 
sions. These science programs rely greatly 
on the use of the laboratory as an integral 
part of the student's learning activities 
and contribute to an understanding of 
important biological concepts. For those 
students with a special interest in Biology 
or in related fields, an advanced course in 
Biology is also offered. This course also 
relies on the laboratory activities to 
develop concepts. 

This year for the first time, two classes 
of Sophomores are taking the Chem 
Study course which emphasizes the most 
enjoyable part of chemistry— experimen- 
tation. The laboratory work provides the 
basis for the development of chemical 
principles. It will be possible for these 
students to do advanced work in chem- 
istry which we are due to offer in 1968- 
1969. 

We are continuing with PSSC Physics 
course, which is also a laboratory-oriented 
course. Principles grow out of observa- 
tions made in the laboratory. Some new 
experiments have been added, and some 
of the older ones have been changed so 
as to make some of the basic principles 
easier to recognize. 

With the interest in space travel, our 
Earth Science course becomes more im- 
portant. This course stresses the basic 
facts concerning the earth: its make-up 
and movements and its relation to other 
planets. We stress laboratory work be- 
cause it contributes so much to interest 
in and comprehensiveness of the course. 



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Foreign Language Department 




Top: After four years of French, they're 
still smiling. 
Middle: They're all in their places with sun- 
shiny faces. 
Bottom: Mr. Maloney's pupils just love Latin. 

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There were 970 students enrolled in 
the Foreign Language courses at the 
Senior High School this past year. Of 
these, the greatest number were study- 
ing French. Next came Spanish, then 
Latin, and German. It is now possible 
to complete five levels of French study, 
the first having been completed at the 
Junior High School, and four levels of 
Spanish and Latin. German was intro- 
duced two years ago. Present' sopho- 
mores who have been successful in 
German II will be able to continue 
their study through the Senior year 
and thus complete four levels of German. 
There were 69 students who were 
studying more than one language. It is 
interesting to note that the most pop- 
ular combination was French and Latin. 

The Laboratory continued to be a 
very helpful adjunct in the learning of 
modern foreign languages since each 
booth is equipped with a tape recorder 
which permits the student to listen to a 
variety of French, Spanish, or German 
native speakers, then to attempt to imi- 
tate them, and finally to play back his 
own performance and compare it with 
the master recording. Also structures 
of the language which have been pre- 
sented in the classroom are reinforced 
by drill exercises in the Laboratory. 
Recordings provide additional informa- 
tion concerning the culture of the coun- 
tries whose languages are being studied. 



Business Department 




Business education is an essential part 
of the American way of life and its 
culture. It must, therefore, be taken 
into consideration when planning for 
the education of the future citizen. 

In a continuing effort to stay abreast 
of the trends in business education, 
this year we have introduced an I B M 
key-punch machine as a part of our 
business machines course. In September 
we expect to introduce a special course 
in Key-punch and Machine Data Pro- 
cessing. 

Our Business Department offers courses 
for all grades starting with Junior Busi- 
ness Training at the 9th grade level to 
General Business Training at the 10th 
grade level and thence to Bookkeeping, 
Shorthand, Typewriting and Business 
Machines. 

These courses offer all students an 
opportunity to select subject matter 
to suit their individual needs. Many 
take a series of courses to provide 
them with a satisfactory training as 
terminal students. Others select cer- 
tain courses to provide for their per- 
sonal needs. 



Top: They're certainly not looking at the key- 
board. 
Middle: Lucy and Charlie Brown in Mr. Usevich's 

class? 
Bottom: Shorthand with Mrs. O'Brien. 



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Home Economics Department 




The Home Economics Department of- 
fers the high school girls an opportunity 
to develop themselves as responsible indi- 
viduals through class experience which 
can be put into practice in their daily 
living. 

The girls are taught to use the sewing 
machine and to use patterns. Samplers 
of hand stitches are made. The ability to 
fit and alter garments while constructing 
them is taught. In studying fashion and 
good grooming the girls become aware of 
the principles of good grooming in regard 
to personal appearance. Tailored gar- 
ments and techniques of making coats 
and suits are included in the advanced 
classes. 

The fundamentals of good nutrition 
and planning breakfasts, lunches and din- 
ners are taught. Good safe housekeeping 
is practiced, and correct rules of table set- 
ting for different types of meals are 
learned. 

The girls enjoy the art of simple cake 
decorating and flower arrangements. The 
elective Home Economics classes and 
Home Management classes are made avail- 
able to girls not having class time to take 
major Home Economics. In these courses 
the girls are introduced to many other 
aspects of home and family care. 



Top: Mixing it up with Mrs. Rideout. 
Middle: Soup's on! 
Bottom: Sewing a fine seam or two. 



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Library and Reading 




Top: Mrs. Sweeney and her aides aid each other. 
Middle: Can William really read? 
Bottom: Mr. Phillips and his reading class overcome 
all obstacles. 



SCHOOL LIBRARY 

The School Library was again the re- 
cipient of a federal grant. As a result, 
the space situation has become extremely 
acute. We are now shelving books on the 
window sills. The library is hopeful that 
in the not too distant future new quar- 
ters will be available. Then, the Norwood 
Senior High School Library will be able 
to catch up with the present, to say 
nothing of the future. 

The annual course of instruction in the 
use of the library was given to the fresh- 
man English classes. Mrs. Carl Pearson of 
the Morrill Memorial Library cooperated 
in the program with the high school libra- 
rian. Audio visual aids were incorporated 
into the program this year and helped to 
increase the effectiveness of the lessons. 



READING DEPARTMENT 

The Reading Department at Norwood 
High School has a diversified program 
each year. The purpose of the reading 
class is to develop every student's reading 
ability to his maximum, as well as to 
review and refine his reading skills. 

Within this comprehensive program 
courses were offered to upperclassmen 
on an elective basis. A required course 
entitled "Study Skills" was designed to 
equip the incoming Freshmen students 
with techniques for rewarding study. 
In addition, small classes and some indi- 
vidual instruction were given for reme- 
diation. 

As a basic tool for learning in today's 
competitive world, reading is becoming 
an even greater necessity for academic 
excellence and intellectual growth. 



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Music and Art Department 




Top 

Middle 
Bottom 



Painting up a storm? 
Learning "the score" 
Makins a record? 



MUSIC DEPARTMENT 

The musical curriculum continues to 
develop and is indicative of the expan- 
sion which has taken place in the Music 
Department in the past five years. Upper- 
classmen were able to select courses in 
Music Theory, Music Appreciation, Voice 
Training, Training Choir, Woodwind En- 
semble, Brass Ensemble, and Percussion 
Ensemble. Once again General Music was 
taken by all incoming Freshmen. 

Performing groups involved: the Con- 
cert Band, the State Band, the Concert 
Choral, the Girls' Choir and the Madrigal 
Singers. 

True appreciation and enjoyment of 
music can only be attained by being active 
performers rather than passive listeners. 



ART DEPARTMENT 

The provisions of the Art Department 
were arranged so that all students of 
mixed abilities and talents could apply 
themselves to a variety of creative expe- 
riences. These were realized through a 
wide range of art media. Such material 
and methods as block printing, sculpture, 
oil painting, drawing, ceramics, and many 
others provide the student with the op- 
portunity to develop a personal interest 
in art. 

In addition to the general art program, 
students desiring to go on in their art 
studies, either at a university or profes- 
sional art school, found that the art 
program provided them the necessary 
preparation. 

Students desiring to further their back- 
ground knowledge of the arts and human- 
ities learned to appreciate great art and 
to recognize the work and style of out- 
standing painters. 



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Physical Education Department 




Our program in Physical Education is 
an integral part of the high school educa- 
tion, and it has been expanding rapidly 
in recent years. Participation by all stu- 
dents in some aspects of this program, 
curricular and extra-curricular, is our 
aim. We also aim to develop correct 
attitudes towards play and to set up 
proper standards of sportsmanship. 

Physical education classes are held 
two periods a week for Seniors and 
Juniors and three periods a week for 
Sophomores and Freshmen. 

Intramural sports offered for girls are 
field hockey, basketball, Softball, archery, 
tennis, and gymnastics. The boys intra- 
mural program consists of soccer, touch 
football, tennis, basketball, gymnastics, 
weight training, and wrestling. 

The interscholastic program, also a 
very important part of our physical edu- 
cation setup, is conducted for girls in 
field hockey, basketball, tennis, softball, 
and gymnastics; and for the boys, in 
football, hockey, basketball, baseball, 
indoor and outdoor track, cross country, 
golf, tennis, and wrestling. 

Each year the opportunities offered 
to the student body are expanded and 
refined, and we feel that the school is 
well represented in most fields of phys- 
ical activity with a bright future ahead. 



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Middle 
Bottom 



Mr. Malvinni in the thick of it. 
Is this a holy (holey) net? 
Going around in circles? 



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Industrial Arts Department 




Top: Give Mike a hammer, Mr. Simpson. 
Middle: Mr. Goodwin seems to approve of 

this project. 
Bottom: Mr. Jennings points out some 
intricacies. 



The Industrial Arts Course is designed 
to help prepare individuals for meeting 
the requirements of a technological cul- 
ture. The application of an idea from. its 
inception in the mind of the learner 
includes planning, designing, laying out, 
cutting, shaping, fabrication, and fin- 
ishing. 

Mechanical Drawing provides a basic 
knowledge of the techniques and skills 
necessary to produce satisfactory plans 
which were used in the various shop 
courses. The development of pencil and 
instrument skills in technical sketching, 
machine design, pictorial representation, 
architectural drawing, furniture design, 
sheet metal layout, electrical-electronic 
planning, and tool design is stressed. 

Graphic Arts trains the students in the 
skills of designing and producing suitable 
forms, which are printed on the offset 
press. 

In Electronics, basic circuits and sim- 
ple electronic devices are designed and 
constructed. The proper use of testing 
equipment is stressed. 

Metalwork gives the pupil an oppor- 
tunity to set up and operate some of the 
machines found in modern machine 
shops and sheet metal plants. Metal- 
spinning, art metal, metal forming, and 
arc welding are included in this course. 
Also, in this shop course, Automotive 
Mechanics is introduced to the more 
advanced students. 



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PEHBODV 



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Adlai Stevenson in answering his own rhetorical 
question— "What do we mean by Patriotism in the con- 
text of our times?", made the following concise but 
penetrating answer: "A Patriotism that puts the country 
ahead of oneself ; a Patriotism which is not short, frenzied 
outbursts of emotion, but the tranquil and steady dedi- 
cation of a lifetime." Dedication involves tedious, day 
by day, training and discipline, not only for the vocation 
in which we expect to earn our livelihood, but also so 
that we may make the best contribution possible in 
maintaining and improving the democratic society in 
which we hope to continue to live. Our government is 
an expression of the will of the people only if the people 
are determined to make it that. 



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Peabody Faculty 




Miss Ruth E. Flood 
Practical Nursing 



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Director 



Miss Rose H. Morrison 
Business 




Mrs. M. Adele Marcoux 
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Practical Nursing (Director) 




Mrs. Gertrude T. Butler 

Related Academic Subject 

(Related Math) 

(Social Studies) 




Miss Marjorie E. McCready 
Business 




Mrs. Zaila S. Souther 

Related Academic Subject 

(English) 




Miss Marion Martin 
Foods 



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Peabody Faculty 






Miss Bertha Tarallo 
Beauty Culture 



Mr. Paul Pantano 
Foods 



Miss Amelia Peters 
Dressmaking 




Miss Marguerite Sicurella 
Beauty Culture 




Mrs. Martha L. Clapp 

Related Academic Subject 

(Science) 




Miss Louise C. Ulrich 
Beauty Culture 




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Secretary 




Mrs. Sally S. Kodzis 
Practical Nursing 




Mrs. Shirley Sallet 
Art 



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PEABODY'S 

PRAGMATIC 

PROGRAM 







Peabody Press Club 

Seated: King, Rau, Mohamet, Marshall 

Standing: Mrs. Berry, Mrs. Souther, Towers, Miss McCready, Lanzoni, 

Miss Morrison, Flaherty 



Peabody Newshounds 



Throughout the school year, a column 
well-known as PEABODY PERSONAL- 
ITIES appears periodically in the NOR- 
WOOD MESSENGER and other area 
newspapers. The column's purpose is 
to keep the alumni, future applicants, 
and the general public informed about 
the current activities, students, and staff 
of Norwood's only vocational public 
school. For the fifteen years of its 
existence, this column has been the 
special province of the Henry O. Pea- 
body Press Club. 

The Press Club's membership con- 
sists of a group of interested and enthu- 
siastic students who volunteer to gather 
and write the news of their respective 
departments. 

Assignments often mean working 



under pressure to meet copy deadlines. 
Loyal and capable reporters for 1967- 
1968 have been postgraduate Deidre 
Flaherty and junior Sandra King, Fash- 
ion Department; postgraduates Deborah 
Rau and Sandra Marshall, Business De- 
partment; postgraduate Barbara Tower 
and senior Kathleen Mohamet, Food 
Service Department; postgraduate Linda 
Lanzoni, Beauty Culture Department; 
and Mrs. Verne Berry, Practical Nursing 
Department. 

This year the Press Club has been un- 
der the direction of Mrs. Zaila Souther, 
English instructor. Miss Rose Morrison 
and Miss Marjorie McCready, Business 
instructors, have been responsible for 
the final typing of the copy for publi- 
cation. 



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Peabody Student Cooperative Association 

Seated: Marchand, Lanthier, Mohamet, Hanscom 
Standing: Miss Ulrich, Rau, Denning, McGuinness, Burge, Hayes, 
Billings, Miss Martin 



Peabody Roost-Rulers 



Every student of the Henry O. Pea- 
body School automatically becomes a 
member of the Student Cooperative 
Association, an organization by means 
of which the students govern them- 
selves with the cooperation of the 
Director and the faculty of the School. 
The Student Cooperative Association 
through its elected officers, homeroom 
representatives, and alternates endeavors 
at all times to foster a spirit of accept- 
ance of responsibilities as well as priv- 
ileges, so that a fine spirit of friendship 
and of mutual pride will exist through- 
out the school as a whole. 

The Student Cooperative Association 
sponsors various activities such as the 
pre-election rallies, the election of offi- 



cers, and a student mixer in January. 
Operation "Santa Claus" takes place in 
December and is a school project which 
gives the students an opportunity to 
remember both children and older peo- 
ple in hospitals, nursing homes, and 
state institutions. In the fall a theatre 
trip is planned for the students. In 
June the officers of the Association 
serve as chairmen of the Annual Awards 
program. 

The elected officers for the year 1967- 
1968 were: President, Bernard Lanthier; 
Vice-President, Michelle Leland; Treas- 
urer, Richard Billings; Secretary, Gray 
Marchand. 

The faculty sponsors were Miss Louise 
Ulrich and Miss Marion Martin. 



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operation hotel contest 






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APRIL 10,1968 




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"Knowing that only a United States that is strong 
and immensely productive can help defend the freedom 

of the world, we view our nation's strength and security 

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as a trust upon which rests the hope of free men every- 
where. It is the firm duty of each of our free citizens 
and of every citizen everywhere to place the cause of his 
country before the comfort, the convenience of himself " 
Dwight Eisenhower in the above inaugural address had a 
message for all young people that is as true today as 
when he presented it. It is entrusted to the young to 
preserve and maintain the ideals upon which our country 
was founded and upon which it has orown. To dissent 
and protest is beneficial and essential provided that we 
have something to say, that we protest and criticize with 
the idea of bettering a situation that is within our power 

to improve. 







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Junior Class Officers of 1969 

Fischer, O'Connell, Scollins, Mogan, Orme, Donovan, 
Missing from picture: Poniatowski 

Three Down and One to Go 

CLASS OF 1969 - JUNIOR HISTORY 



In September 1967, we eagerly as- 
sumed the title of "upperclassmen", 
prepared for a rigorous academic sched- 
ule and a year of extracurricular activ- 
ities in all fields. 

In an election so tight that there were 
several recounts, we elected this slate of 
officers: David Mogan, President; Fred 
O'Connell, Vice-President; Ann Ponia- 
towski, Secretary; Kathleen Orme and 
Bob Do no van, Treasurers; Deborah Scol- 
lins and Stephen Fischer, A. A. Repre- 
sentatives. 

Our Junior boys contributed heavily 
to all sports. Many former J.V. players 
graduated to Varsity, increasing their 
fervor and ability. The class of 1969 is 
extremely proud of its outstanding 
athletes. 

Sports events would not have been as 
exciting without the support of the Jun- 
ior cheerleaders: Kathy Donovan, Janet 
Ostrom, and Betsy Acker. 

In academics we fared well also. We 



survived with little mishap the PSAT, 
the NMSQT, and the College Boards. 
By vote of the faculty, these Juniors be- 
came members of the National Honor 
Society: Richard Bayer, Kelvin Chin, 
Patricia Fanning, Karla Johnson, Barry 
Levine, Roy Lydon, Joanne O'Day, 
Anne O'Donnell, Kathleen Orme, Tara 
O'Toole, Barbara Tausey, and Susan 
Nolan. In the Foreign Exchange Pro- 
gram, finalists Barry Levine and Chris- 
tine McQuillan were selected from many 
qualified applicants. 

In the spring, we brought the year to 
a dramatic climax. At our Junior Prom, 
held on May 10, we danced to the music 
of Jeff Stoughton and his orchestra. 
This evening will always be a highly 
prized high school memory. 

As the Class of 1968 left us in June, we 
watched them rather enviously and very 
sadly. The Class of 1969 is prepared to 
take over as Seniors at N.H.S. 

Susan Nolan 



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Sophomore Class Officers of 1970 

Kennedy, Vinson, C. Kelley, J. Kelley, Orme, 
Missing from picture: Cushing, Ritchie 



Our Second Year Was Second to None 

CLASS OF 1970 - SOPHOMORE HISTORY 



September of 1967 saw us trudging 
back up the hill to N.S.H.S. with a bit 
more understanding of the direction 
our lives were taking. With our pre- 
viously gained "knowledge, experience 
and wisdom" we were ready to push on 
to greater things. 

The first independent step we took 
as Sophomores was electing our offi- 
cers. Our political campaign resulted in 
the re-election of Brad Kelly, President; 
and our Secretary Jill Ritchie and Boys' 
Treasurer Tom Kennedy were also to 
have a second year in office. Other offi- 
cers were Vice-President Walter Orme, 
Girls' Treasurer Joan Kelly and A. A. 
Representatives Arnold Cushing and 
Marianna Vinson. 

The theme of our Sophomore Party, 
held in October, was in accordance with 
the message of the "hippie generation." 
"Love" was plastered on every wall of 



the cafeteria along with multi-colored 
hearts. The "Bitter-Blues Band" pro- 
vided the beat for dancing, and refresh- 
ments were served. It was noisy and 
exciting. 

Sandy Columbo, Susan Bragg, and 
Chris Philips joined the cheering squad 
this year and many of our "fighting 
men" joined forces with the Varsity 
teams. The football team was given 
great support by Brad Kelly, David 
Thomas, Joseph Puzin and Dennis Joy. 
Mark Flaherty, Edward Letts, and Mark 
O'Connell joined our victorious hockey 
team; and Richard Laffey met the re- 
quirements for Varsity basketball. 

Our second year at Norwood High 
was a period of physical growth along 
with mental maturity. There were 
failures and successes, but the cour- 
ageous Class of "70"was ready to come 
back and try again. 

Susan Dempsey 



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FRESHMEN 









Freshman Officers — Class of 1971 

Parker, McQuillan, Gallagher, Hartnett, O'Brien, 
Kennedy, Kelley 

The Spirited Class of 1971 

CLASS OF 1971 - FRESHMAN HISTORY 



The 1967-1968 school year of fun 
and excitement as well as hard work 
and study began on a bright September 
day for the incoming Freshman class. 

The first major event was the election 
of class officers. There was a close race 
for class president which was won by 
Paul Hartnett. Stephen Kennedy was 
chosen vice-president, while Geraldine 
O'Brien accepted the duties of the sec- 
retary. The Boys' and Girls' A. A. Rep- 
resentatives were Patrick McQuillan and 
Lynn Parker. Cameron Kelly was elected 
Boys' Treasurer and Joyce Gallagher 
Girls' Treasurer. 

On October 20, the Freshman Party 
was held in the cafeteria. The "Cen- 
taurs" provided the music and everyone 
seemed to be having a good time. At 



the beginning of the evening the dancing 
was started by Mr. Lee and Mrs. Staton, 
but by the time it was over almost 
everybody had danced. 

We Freshmen then turned our atten- 
tion to the Freshman Sports program. 
The football team did fairly well un- 
der the direction of Mr. Lee and Mr. 
McKenna. Jimmy Murphy was selected 
captain of the team. A few of the out- 
standing hockey players were Louie 
Parker, Jackie Clifford, and Michael 
Lowey. The basketball team was 
boosted by its captain Paul Hartnett, 
Cameron Kelly, and Robert Little. 

All in all, it was a fun-filled and fruit- 
ful year for the youngest class on "the 
Hill." 

Mary Lydon 



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Freshman Track 

Row I: Barker, Sullivan, Marsh, Mc Hugh, Hartnett, 
Freytag, Mike, Ross 
Row II: Coach Gulla, Cleary, Mc Quillan. Sheehan, Dickinson, Doucette, 
Levine, Beaulieu, Portugal 




Mr. Richardson anxiously awaits his long-gone runners. 



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Freshman Basketball 

Row /: Murphy, Saad 

Row II: Doherty, Johnson, Remkus, Little, Hartnett, Erdman, Syverson, 

Macauley, Howard 

Row III: Coughlin, McQuillan, Paddew, Dickenson, Kennedy, Dickson, 

Kewriga, Cocchiara, Kelley, Shay, Porcello 




Freshman Baseball 

Row I: Saad, Lawrie, Dickson, Clougher, Little, Porcello, Erdman, 

Joy, Rosata, Thornton, Nolfi 

Row II: Cotter, MacKenzie, Cocchiara, Macaulay, Connolly, Johnson, 

Pruell, Curtis, O'Day, Coach Burbridge 



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The careers of many high school students may 
often be prophetic of their future years as adult citizens 
in our democracy. Those who are willing to give of 
themselves, of their time, their talents, their coura 
and endurance to add lustre to the prestige of the 
school will also, hopefully, be the proponents of 
government in which each individual has a responsibility 
and where greater reliance will be placed on the char- 
acter and intelligence of the citizenry. As there are 
many activities open to the high school students, s 
there are many areas in our system of government fo 
each of us to exercise some influence for the good of al 

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TYPING COMMITTEE 



Adviser-Mrs. Riley 




ADVERTISING COMMITTEE 




O'Connell-Carey 
ADVERTISING EDITORS 




Maciejewski-Pazniokas 
EDITORS-IN-CHIEF 




Lembo-Craig-Hurley-Deasy 
CIRCULATION EDITORS 




Carey-Levitsky-Abromowski 
ART EDITORS 



TIOTEERS 





CIRCULATION COMMITTEE 





EDITORIAL STAFF 



Sortevik-Coakley 
SPONSOR EDITORS 




Student Council Officers 

Row I: J. Kelley, Kask, Levine, Orme, Donovan, D. Kelley 
Row II: Eysie, Cronin, Begley, Sweeney 



A Banner Year for the Council 



This year's Student Council under 
the leadership of Kevin Orme, President; 
Barry Levine, Vice President; Deborah 
Kelley, Secretary; and Kristen Kask, 
Treasurer; enjoyed a successful and 
active year. The Council's Executive 
Board consisted of John Cronin, Chair- 
man; Steven Donovan, Nancy Sweeney, 
Robert Begley, Michele Eysie, Beth 
Wright and Joan Kelley. 

The Election Commission consisting 
of Cathleen Coakley and William Dynan, 
Chairmen; Corinne Maciejewski, Ellen 
Breen, Kathleen Orme, Robert Don- 
ovan, John Ranalli, Fay Donovan and 
Ellen Kenney and assisted by the Offi- 



cers and Executive Board of the Coun- 
cil, ably supervised and published the 
results of all school elections. This com- 
mission is a very important part of 
school life, and its members earn and 
win faculty and student approval for 
their effort. 

The highlight of our Social Calendar 
this year was the Computer Dance held 
in December for the benefit of the 
American Field Service Program. The 
dance was a "first" for Norwood High 
School and provided an enjoyable and 
profitable evening for all who attended. 

The Student body again under the 
direction of the Council contributed 



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over five hundred dollars to the Globe 
Santa Drive. 

In September the Council presented 
to the school its Revised Handbook 
(THE BLUE BOOK). This project was 
undertaken by last year's council. 

Once again members of the council 
served as delegates to the Eastern 
Massachusetts Division of Student Coun- 
cil Spring Convention. This year it was 
held at Natick on April sixth. The fol- 
lowing students represented the Nor- 
wood Council: Kevin Orme, Barry 
Levine, Charles McAuliffe, Maureen 



Tamulonis, Barbara Jansen, Deborah 
Kelley, and Andrew Malacaria. Many 
ideas regarding Student Council activi- 
ties were exchanged at this meeting. 

This year a new committee, the Wel- 
come Committee, was formed to orien- 
tate new students to our school and to 
acquaint them with different aspects of 
Norwood High. 

The Council would like to extend its 
thanks and gratitude for the capable 
advice and assistance throughout the 
year from Miss Mary Hubbard, Adviser 
and Mr. George Usevich, Assistant. 




President Orme, Vice-President Levine, Adviser Miss Hubbard 
in Consultation. 



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DEC. 2,1967 







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Student Council (Juniors and Seniors) 

Row I: Maciejewski, Coakley, Lanzoni, Phillips, Hurley, Shuman, Eisner 

Row II: Clarke, Dynan, Costello, Craig, Valentine, McAuliffe, McGovern 

Row III: Horsman, Orme, Carey, Litchfield, Grew, Nash, DiCicco 



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Student Council (Sophomores and Freshmen) 

Row I: Assad, Goguen, Carey, Orme, Cavanaugh, Hanson, Pucci, Gately 
Row II: Murphy, Curtin, Donovan, Whitmore, Coyne, Brannelly, Finn, Ritchie, 
Wesolowski, Aldrich, Winthrop, Phalen, Jansen 

Row III: Malacaria, Tamulonis, Langley, Thornton, O'Brien, Cisternelli, 
Boch, Gregoire, Lowey, Kelley 



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Lab Aides 

Nolfi, Kadaras, Russell, Carty, Schmidt, Winthrop, Lyons, Mahoney, 
Cotter, Armstrong, Ehrlich 





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Library Aides 

Seated: Becker, Purpura, Paciorkowski, Ward, Tonning, Iafolla, Norton 

Standing: Hoven, Flint, Judge, Ward, Curran, Kelly, Miethe, D'Angelo, 

Gulla, Barry, Cuddy 



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National Honor Society 

Seated: Breen, Hurley, Smith, Deasy, Maggio, E. O'Connell, J. O'Connell 
Standing: Mrs. Coburn, Lembo, Kelly, Donovan, Craig, Paciorkowski, 

Morse, Lindahl 



High- Rating Scholars 



The Norwood Chapter of the National 
Honor Society is a branch of the nation- 
wide organization. Its principal pur- 
pose is to give recognition to students 
who are outstanding in scholarship and 
as school citizens. 

The first qualification for member- 
ship is scholarship and requires that a 
candidate be named to the honor roll 
five times in succession, for seniors two 
of these must be first honors, and jun- 
iors must include three first honors. 
Each candidate must present evidence 
of service either to the school or to the 
community. The list of applicants is 
then rated by the faculty on citizen- 
ship, service and leadership and from 
these ratings, final selections are made. 



The principal activity of our chapter 
is the conduction of a tutoring service 
for capable students who have been 
handicapped by absence, for transfer 
students or those recommended by sub- 
ject teachers. 

The Norwood Chamber of Com- 
merce, at its annual Education Night 
presents pins to our members, and each 
spring the group conducts an assembly 
to acquaint the student body with its 
organization and its members. 

Our chapter is a member of the East- 
ern Massachusetts Association and took 
part in its fifth annual conference which 
was held at Elizabeth Seton High School 
in Wellesley Hills. The theme of the 
convention was "Building Leadership 
for a Better Tomorrow." 



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Senior Seminar 

Seated: Lennox, Orme, Tonning, Lydon, Cotton, Gallagher, Abel 

Second row: Kask, Lindahl, Paciorkowski, Somerville, Egan, Craig, Gaetani, Pazniokas, 

Kern, Nash, Sastivickas, Mr. Peterson 



Utopia in Literature 



Once again this year a few seniors 
gathered weekly in the "dungeon" to 
discuss in somewhat faded surroundings 
the ever-bright ideas of Plato, Machia- 
velli, More, Butler, Bellamy, Huxley, 
Orwell, and others. Each year the read- 
ing list is essentially the same; but 
because the teacher is a year older (if 
not wiser), the students different, and 
the world in terms of which the ideas 
are discussed everchanging, the course 
seems to possess infinite variety. Al- 
though it usually takes a few weeks for 
the students to feel at ease in the sem- 
inar situation as opposed to the more 
formal classroom approach, before long 



the discussion is proceeding from stu- 
dent to student, with the teacher play- 
ing a diminishing role. One of the 
primary values to be derived from this 
particular course is experience in par- 
ticipating fully in a small-group learn- 
ing situation, a situation which is only 
frequently available to students on the 
public secondary school level. The after- 
school meeting time guarantees that 
only highly motivated students apply 
for English 400; this has produced 
consistently high-quality seminars, and 

those of the 1967-1968 school year 
have been no exception. 



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Foreign Exchange Club 

Row I: Deasy, Lydon, Bannwart, Mr. Usevich, Crook, Roberts, Sullivan 

Row II: Pazniokas, Pender, Greenwood, Grenon, Lyddy, Sweeney, Parise 

Row III: Capasso, Bonham, Bayer, Krupp, Burke, Paparazzo 




Ticket Sellers 

Seated: Pazniokas, Wilmont, M. Seaman, Saulnier, M. Seaman 
Standing: O'Donnell, Connolly, Maciejewski, Grew, Coakley 



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Future Homemakers 




Pep Club 



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Le Cercle Francais 

Row I: Dold, Smith, Schlosberg, Capasso, Maggio, Winthrop, O'Neil, Cormier 

Row II: O'Brien, Smith, Lightizer, Fagan, Lyddy, McGuire, Gordon, West, 

Nolan, Dobson, Rodman, Barry, Mr. LaVoie 

Row III: Jackman, Morse, Phillips, Carling, Ward, Donlan, Armstrong, Bamber, 

O'Connell, Mc Innis 

Le Cercle Francais 



The "Cercle Francais" at N.H.S. 
strives to create a close knit band of 
students for the purpose of increasing 
their knowledge and enjoyment of 
French culture, literature and civiliza- 
tion. 

Officers this year included: Peggie 
Capasso as President, Nancy Schlosberg 
as Vice-President and Sue Winthrop and 
Pattie Maggio as Secretary and Treas- 
urer respectively. Membership increased 
from the previous year, and a Con- 
stitution and club rules were finally 
adopted. 

Activities started late in the year with 
a "dejeuner" at a French restaurant 



in Boston. The members also got 
acquainted with members of other 
French clubs in the area through in- 
formal social gatherings. Later in the 
year slides, taken by a recent traveller 
to France, and movies were shown at 
several meetings. The club also enjoyed 
a tour of French art at the Boston Mu- 
seum. For the first time in the history 
of the club, members had a chance to 
attend a play in French, "Le Mariage de 
Figaro," which proved to be an esthetic- 
ally fulfilling experience. 

During the latter part of the year 
opportunities were offered to view 
various French films. 



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El Club Espanol 

Seated: Lightizer, Russell, Flaherty, Eagan, Sastavikas, 
Alexandrowich, Lajoie 
Standing: Miss Godino, Adviser, Elias, Walker, O'Brien, Robinson, Gleichauf, 
Kelly, Richardson, Crowley, Houston, Purpura 



El Club Espanol 



El Club Espanol at Norwood High 
endeavors to promote an exchange of 
ideas that involves the student in intel- 
lectual and cultural pursuits relative to 
the customs and traditions of the Span- 
ish speaking peoples of the world. 

This year the club consisted of thirty 
members studying Spanish II, III, and 
IV. The officers were: President, Sheila 
Flaherty; Vice-President, Toni Manfro; 
Secretary, Karen Egan; Treasurer, Kathy 
Sastavickas; and Program Chairman, 
Martha Russell. 

During the first semester, the club 
received slides and listened to talks pre- 
sented by Mr. Reagon who, prior to 
coming to Norwood, served as a Peace 



Corps volunteer for two years in Peru. 
The club's major project of the semester 
involved all the members in preparation 
for a Christmas party, including a hand- 
made penata and gifts for the children 
at the Cardinal Cushing Spanish Speak- 
ing Center in Boston. Climaxing the 
first semester was a dinner at Casa 
Mexico in Harvard Square. 

Second semester plans included at- 
tending the annual performance of the 
Ballet Folklarico of Mexico and visits 
to the Gardner Museum and Boston 
Museum of Fine Arts. The club is also 
looking forward to viewing more of 
Mr. Reagon's slides, especially those 
dealing with Machu Picchu, the lost 
city of the Incas. 



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Biology Club 

Row I: Dodd, Karling, Smith, Shay, Norton, Mulvehill, Staller 
Row II: Miss Brawley, Doherty, Flaherty, Corr, Flanagan, Adamosis, 

Bayer, Shiel 
Row III: Fraser, Pieri, Lydon, Davenport, Cushing, Naughton, Concannon 




Projection Club 

Kneeling: Taggart, Wetmore, Staller 

Standing: Dodd, Forman, Shea, Mr. Burbridge, Coughlin, Cotter, 

Mahoney, Fleck, Almquist 



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Chess Club 

Seated: Bernsen, Simpson 
Row II: Lightizer, Bonfatti, Notorangelo, Grossman, D., Dold, G., Mr. Zoller 
Row III: Hawley, Dold, N., Clark, Liutkevicius, Eppich, Carberry, Grossman, R. 




Photography Club 

Seated: Grover, Cunningham, Pazniokas, Cotter 

Standing: Cormier, Coughlin, J., Connolly, Coughlin, M., Dhoba, 

Roslauskas, Mr. Frost 



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Election Commission 

Seated: Eysie, Kask, Maciejewski, Coakley, Dynan, Kelly, Kenny 

Standing: Orme, Levine, Sweeney, Wright, Phillips, Donovan, Roberts, 

Pender, Breen, K. Orme, R. Donovan 




Future Business Leaders 

Seated: Marzuolo, Letourneau, Dray, McLaughlin, Krupp, Bennett, DeLuca 
Standing: Mrs. Couture, Eisner, Anastasia, Maloney, O'Donnell, English, Pazniokas, 

Krai, Fox, Paparazzo, Billotte 



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Math Team 

Seated: Tausey, Craig, Holman, Levine 
Standing: Mrs. Tuffli, Miss Tolini, Lindahl, Morse, Lydon, Yankum 




Traffic Officers 

Row I: Nash, Craig, Orme 
Row II: Cronin, Begley, Lindahl, Lembo 



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Welcoming Committee 

Seated: Donovan, Tamulonis 
Standing: Talbot, Jansen, Scollins, Malacaria 



A Gay "How do you do' 



The Welcome Committee was formed 
through the Student Council to help 
new students adjust to procedures at 
Norwood High School. When a new 
student arrives, the guidance office 
notifies the two members of the same 
class as the new student. The duties 
of the Welcome Committee members 
are to introduce the new student to 
his new classmates, escort him to his 
classes for a period of time, and help 



him with traffic rules and lunch period 
procedures. 

The Student Council elected the 
following members to serve on the 
Welcome Committee for the school 
year: Maureen Tamulonis, Stephen 
Donovan, Deborah Scollins, Richard 
Talbot, Barbara Jansen, Andrew Mala- 
caria, Christine Pucci, and Guy Cister- 
nelli. 



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Junior Council of World Affairs 

Row I: Dold, Smith, O'Neil, Nenart, Maggio, Sullivan, Murphy 

Row II: Miss Reardon, Gordon, Warnock, Mulcahey, Conroy, Tonning, Paciorkowski, 

Burns, Orme, Russell, Ostergren 

Row III: Donnelly, Cotter, Lanzoni, Tierney, Kaliel, Cress, Coughlin, Crowley, McLaughlin 

Keeping In Touch 



The Norwood High School chapter of 
the Junior World Affairs Council was or- 
ganized in 1966. It has a membership of 
twenty students and an affiliation with 
the Massachusetts World Affairs Coun- 
cil. Twenty-three high schools in the 
Boston area have junior councils. 

The purpose of these councils is to 
arouse interest on the part of the stu- 
dents in world affairs and current events. 
The Norwood chapter meets at regular 
intervals during activity period for lively 
discussions on world problems such as 
the Vietnam war and Latin American 
affairs. Occasionally, guest speakers are 
invited to these local meetings. 

Regional or state-wide meetings occur 
monthly. These meetings are focused 
on a specific topic such as urban affairs, 
Latin America, or the 1968 elections. 



Professors and graduate students from 
surrounding colleges deliver lectures and 
hold discussion workshops on that 
month's topic. The local council plans 
a follow-up project to be carried out at 
their next meeting. Films, speakers, and 
publications are available from the 
Massachusetts World Affairs Council to 
aid these local projects. 

In December Norwood students went 
on a trip sponsored by the World Affairs 
Council to the United Nations, where 
they met with the Counsellor of the 
Vietnamese Mission to the U.N., Mr. 
Tuan. In May there was a similarly 
sponsored trip to Washington D.C. 

The officers were: President, Diane 
Nenart; Vice-President, Donald Two- 
mey; Treasurer, Mary O'Neil; and Sec- 
retary, Patricia Maggio. The faculty 
adviser was Miss Reardon. 



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Hilltopper Staff 

Row I: Kelleher, Wark, Winthrop, McGuire, Leblanc, Fanning, Shields 

Row II: Aicardi, Elias, Cormier, Ward, Carey, Cushing, Maloney, Lembo 

Row III: Mrs. Sullivan, Salot, Newman, West, Crook, Roberts, Phillips, Strumski, 

Lightizer, Guastalli, Pieri, Saarinnen 

Row IV- Flaherty, O'Toole, Diieso, Armstrong, Horsman, Reagan, Freytag, 

Doherty, McQuillan 



A Banner Year 



The 1967-68 Hilltopper was com- 
pletely revamped and reorganized. It 
was the first edition which has been 
printed outside of school. This was 
accomplished with the aid of local busi- 
nesses which advertised in the news- 
paper. Also included in the Hilltopper 
was a copy of Scholastic Roto, a national 
magazine which proved very informative 
and- enjoyable. 

The faculty adviser this year was 
Mrs. Sullivan. The Editor-in-Chief was 
Patricia Ward, whose time and talents 
were devoted almost exclusively to the 
Hilltopper. Karen Elias was in charge 
of the Features Department, and her 
staff came up with many interesting and 
intelligent articles. On top of the news 
this year was Tara O'Toole, who di- 



rected her staff in the coverage of the 
major events this year on the Hill. 
Sports-minded Vin Lembo ably handled 
that department. The Literary Depart- 
ment was run by Kathleen Cormier. Her 
staff was responsible for many original 
poems and stories. The Art Department 
was headed by Phyllis Cushing, whose 
talents were put to good use. 

The Hilltopper offered many students 
a chance to write for pleasure and ex- 
perience. It also allowed students to 
attend press conferences at the Sheraton 
Plaza Hotel in Boston. 

We hope in future years that the 
changes in this year's paper will be ex- 
panded and improved upon, for it takes 
much work to keep up with the growing 
population of Norwood High School. 



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HILLTOPPER 

From NORWOOD SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 



NORWOOD. MASS. 



FUTURE HCMEMAKER'S REPORT 



The Future Homemakers of 
America is a Norwood Chapter 
of a National club. So far 
this year we have had many 
good times . 

The first was the State 
Convention at Bourne High 
School. The girls met with 
other members from the differ- 
ent parts of the state, and 
they exchanged ideas about 
what their chapters were doing 

The second event was a 
State Convention for "Officers 
Only." It was held in Framing- 
ham. The officers- of all the 
Massachusetts Chapters met and 
were briefed on their duties 
and the responsibilities of 
the office i*hich they held. 

Next, was the initiation. 
During this ceremony all of 
the girls became official mem- 
bers of Future Homemakers. 
Refreshmants were served after 
the ceremony in December. &.0/A. 

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Whom Would You Choose? 



Perhaps you think Presi- 
dential Elections -do-hot con- 
cern you- as a high school stu- 
dent, but they should. Stop 
and think for a minute. A 
great deal rests on the shoul- 
ders of the individual voter 
this year. Each man's selec- 
tion could mean the salvation 
or the damnation of the United 
States and even of the world. 
It could mean that you are 
sent to Vietnam when you grad- 
uate, but maybe this is better 
than waiting until the war in 
Vietnam comes to you. It could 
mean that your Negro neighbor 
becomes your equal or your 
slave. It could mean we will 
reach the moon. It could mean 
we will have computers instead 
of teachers. It could mean our 
lives. 

Why not, for the sake of 
curiosity, have a national se- 
lection in our school. V 
would you choose? 



Elaine Doherty 



GXOBE SANTA 

. Once again this year, the 
Student Council sponsored a 
collection for the Globe Santa. 
The Globe Santa has existed 
for many years and is run by 
"The Boston Globe." With the 
money that is collected, the 
newspaper gives toys and clo- 
thing to needy families 'at 
Christmas. 

This year, Pat Nolan and 
Frank Anello were elected by 
the Student Council to organ- 
ize the drive. Money was col- 
lected December 18 through the 
22, during the homeroom. period. 
Members of the Student Council 
Executive Board brought a to- 
tal of $509.50 to the Globe 
Santa Office on December 22. 
The Student Council wishes to 
thank everyone for contribut- 
ing to the drive. A suecial 
commendation goes to homerooms 
107 and 104 for donating the 
most to this worthy collection 

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Madrigal Singers 

Row I: Lawes, Simmons, Praino, Gahm, Fisher, Lennox, McGill, 

Fraser, DiMarzo, Kask, Garvin 

Row II: Folsom, Syverson, Nichter, Donnelly, Grudinskas, Kerr, Finn, 

Pazniokas, F. Donovan, R. Donovan 




Stage Band 

Row I: Lambert, Chin, Kern, Wheat, Megan, Lindfors, Carchedi, Susi 

Row II: Mr. Alberta, Edmands, Levine, Johnson, Forman, Levine, Rowan 

Row HI: Gordon, McCrossan, Sortevik, Curtis, Chesebrough, Paquette 



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Concert Chorale 

Row I: Syverson, Cormier, Lyons, Simmons, Parise, Lennox, Gahm, Head, Folsom, 

Nichter, Barton, Stevens, Quist, Wilson, Eysie, Lawes 

Row II: Donnelly, Ward, Mcintosh, Bedar, Rodinelli, Cuff, McAndrew, McGill, Chapman, 

Chapman, Praino, Donovan, Gotovitch, Burke, Mansen, DiMarzo 

Row III: Hanelin, Finn, Zamore, Kask, McGill, Ferioli, Clarke, Fraser, Donovan, O'Donnell, 

Grudinskas, Mahoney, Flannigan, Pazniokas, McGill, Fisher, Garvin 




N.H.S. Girls' Choir 

Row I: Kauffman, Michaelson, Brown, Lowe, Reagan, MacAvoy, Buckley, Zolla, 

Stewart, Brady 

Row II: Brazeau, Saulnier, N. Bernazzani, E. Bernazzani, Reynolds, Johnson, 

Tonning, Trainor, Iafolla, Rapp 



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of the American society is an interest in and a love of 
sports of all kinds. For some this interest is demon- 
strated by active participation, but for the majority, 
probably, by being spectators. The fullest satisfaction 
lies in being part of the action, but non-participants can 
affect the action by their ideas. Likewise, in the process 
of American government, reliance, trust, and responsi- 
bility have to be given to those whom we choose to keep 
the wheels turning. Our greatest responsibility is to see 
that we actively engage in the search for the best individ- 
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Row I: Shaw, Hopkins, Jansen, Donovan, Santospago, Shea, Kramer, Sias 

David, Kelly, Farioli, Hawley 

Row II: Mr. Gulla, Mr. Bucklin, Mr. Nolet, Sarni, Donovan, Schiano, Ostrom, Gugliotta, 

Boch, Koval, Dyke, Songin, Thomas, Puzin, Thomas, O'Connell, Mogan, Fisher, Freytag, 

Hopkins, DiCicco, Solomon, Mr. Cullen, Mr. Bethoney 

Row III: Harish, Sullivan, Hershey, Kelly, Eckberg, Gianrietti, Dickerson, Ventosa, Joy, 

Laffey, Christenson, Gaetani, Denzer, Donovan, Iantoska, O'Brien, Glover, Todd 



The Mustangs Never Gave Up 



The 1967 Norwood High School 
Football Team started the season off 
with a thrilling 41-12 win over Fram- 
ingham North at Murray Field. Half- 
back Tom Shea rambled for 226 yards 
and scored 23 points. Other touchdowns 
were tallied by Steve Fischer, Steve Don- 
ovan, and Bill Freytag. 

The Mustangs next journeyed to 
Wellesley and were victorious 28-20. 
Tom Shea had another big day by scor- 
ing 14 points. Brad Kelley scored Nor- 
wood's third touchdown. The defense 
was outstanding as Tom Gugliotta recov- 
ered two fumbles which resulted in 
touchdowns, and Rich Machado ran an 
interception back 40 yards for the win- 
ning score. 



Norwood then went on a four-game 
losing streak as they lost to Braintree 
28-6 with Shea scoring the lone Mus- 
tang touchdown, were upset by Fram- 
ingham South 22-8 with Steve Fischer 
scoring, and then were swamped by 
Natick 26-0 and Needham 41-0. 

After Norwood's worst defeat in 
years at the hands of the Needham 
Rockets, they bounced back with a 6-0 
defeat of arch-rival Walpole. It was a 
thrilling game as the defenses of both 
teams controlled the game. Norwood's 
touchdown came on a sustained drive 
led by the running of Charley Kelley, 
Steve Fischer, and Tom Shea, with 
Shea scoring. 

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Varsity Basketball 

Row I: Wilson 

Row II: Johnson, Eagan, Wysocki, Donovan, Spierdowis, Sacco, McGill 

Row III: Mr. Nolet, Sortevik, Lindahl, Litchfield, Coakley, Harris, Sias, McCray, 

Gugliotta, Craig, Mr. Bucklin 



Desire and Determination 



Although Norwood closed out the 
season with a disappointing eight wins 
and ten losses, the Mustangs proved that 
they were a stronger team than their 
record showed by coming up with many 
big upsets. 

The opening of the season was dismal 
as Norwood lost the first four games to 
Needham, Natick, Braintree, and Milton. 
Seniors Bill Spierdowis, Norm Johnson, 
Phil Coakley, and Captain Steve Don- 
ovan all reached double figures in at 
least one of these contests. 

The Mustangs got onto the win trail 
with three in a row over Wellesley, 
Framingham North, and Natick. The 
Natick game proved to be the upset of 
the season as it knocked the Redmen 
out of first place for the remainder of 
the year. Bill Spierdowis was high man 
as he netted 24 points, closely followed 



by Junior guard Tom Gugliotta with 23. 
A loss to Dedham was followed quickly 
with another big win, this time against 
Braintree. The final score was close, 
42-41. Captain Steve Donovan netted 
13, while Bill Spierdowis was not far 
behind with 10. 

The Mustangs fell to Needham as Cap- 
tain Donovan scored 25 points, but they 
roared back to top Framingham North. 
Two more losses at the hands of Welles- 
ley and Framingham South were to 
come before a back-to-back series with 
ar.ch-rival Walpole High School. Nor- 
wood topped the Rebels by large 
margins in both contests with Bill 
Spierdowis leading the way with 20 
points in one of the games. With their 
record standing at 7-8, Norwood now 
faced a tough Milton team led by 6' 10" 
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Wrestling Team 

Row I: Carr, R. Richmond, David, D. Richmond, Machado, Shaw, 

Mogan, Donovan, Hopkins 

Row II: Glover, Sogard, Todd, Bowers, Jansen, Pungitore, Kramer, 

Collins, Koval, Sheehan, Marzuola 

Row III: Reynolds, Mr. Bethoney, McCraken, O'Reardon, Piccirilli, Grossman, 

Burke, Newman, Murray, Mr. Cullen, Piccirilli 



Wrestling Champions 



This year's edition of the Norwood 
Mustang wrestling team compiled an 
outstanding 8-1 record in dual meets, 
which gained them a three-way tie for 
first place in the Bay State League with 
Wellesley and Needham. The team then 
went on to the Regionals where they 
captured sole possession of the Bay 
State League crown. 

The team was led by co-captains 
Richard Machado and Charles Shaw 
and ably coached by Mr. Cullen and 
Mr. Bethoney. 

The high point of the season was 



Norwood's narrow victory over Ash- 
land in the Regionals before a S.R.O. 
crowd of primarily partisan fans in the 
Charles A. Hayden gym. Finalists from 
Norwood at the Regionals were: Rich 
Machado, Charles Shaw, Dave Rich- 
mond, Bob Richmond, and Paul Don- 
ovan. 

The Norwood grapplers have come a 
long way in the four short years that 
wrestling has been offered on an inter- 
scholastic basis at Norwood. This sea- 
son, the Mustangs showed the form of 
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Varsity Hockey Team 

Seated: Hebner, Begley, Shea, Higgins, Cronin, Graham, Mclnerney 

Standing: McDermott, McTernan, Donovan, Letts, Sortevik, Thornton, 

Taylor, Ranalli, Scott, Mr. Wheeler 



The Best of the Best 



The sports highlight of this year, as 
every year, was hockey. Under the direc- 
tion of coach Don Wheeler and assistant 
coach Jim Gormley, the 1968 hockey 
team fought its way through possibly 
the most thrilling season in its history; 
achieving the title of Bay State League 
Co-Champs and State Finalists. 

Norwood fans were put under such 
unbearable emotional stress— excite- 
ment, tension, exasperation, and joy- 
that often the crowd was as exhausted 
as the team after a game. 

This season saw comebacks and vic- 
tories galore. Under the leadership of 
Captain Jack Cronin were some of the 
best icemen in the state; All-Star goalie 
Neil Higgins, whose brilliant net -tending 
saved many a game and earned him 32 



shutouts in 3 years as well as the respect 
of all opponents; All-Star forward Dennis 
Hebner, a terror on skates, whose gargan- 
tuan frame made opponents think twice 
before they got in his path and whose 
clutch goals were a big reason that Nor- 
wood went to the State Finals; Bob 
Begley whose checking on defense and 
slapshot on offense provided back-up 
for Higgins and Hebner; Tom Shea 
whose hustle, desire, and speed was 
matched only by his strength, and fore- 
checking. And of course All-Star 
defenseman Jack Cronin himself— one 
of the best players to pass through Nor- 
wood High in years. He proved to be a 
great all-round player, who knew how 
vo combine thinking and instinct. His 
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Kneeling: Nolfi, Bagni, Sweeney, D. MacQuarrie, Cowell, Levine, 

Harding, Parise, B. MacQuarrie, Curtis 

Standing: Mr. Maloney, Cisternelli, Lewis, Rintala, Baker, Pease, Valentine, 

Bamber, Stuck, Keedy, Mr. Richardson 







Varsity Soccer 

Row I: Collins, Saad, Harris, Altman, Pazniokas, Orent, Lindahl, Lembo, 

McGill, Shute, Spierdowis, Petrovik 

Row II: Coach Parker, Desisto, Koval, Kennedy, Barry, Reddick, Praino, Jank, 

Langley, Laverty, Carey, O'Connell, Pulaski 

Row III: Martowska. Kelly, Fulton, Burns, Bernsen, Somerville, Berry, 

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Girls' Swimming Team 

Row-I: O'Hearn, Dorion, Brown, Brannelly, N. Hucksam, L. Hucksam, 

Davis, Belastock 

Row II: Ravens, Stewart, Bellisoino, Patsos, Amirault, Burns 

Row III: Clifford, McCraken, Mr. Carver, McDonough 




Boys' Swimming Team 

Row I: Hunt, Lambert, Boch, Norterangelo, Carlson, R. Talbot, 

Morgan, St. Cyr 

Row II: Mr. Frost, Coughlin, Edmonds, Coucette, Orent, Grenham, Altman, 

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Girls' Tennis 

Standing: Mc Dermott, Levitsky, Rizzo, Clashing, Morse, Eckholm, 
O'Day, P. O'Brien 

Kneeling: Faulkner, E. O'Brien, Phalen, Dunn, O'Donnell 




Boys' Tennis 

Standing: Mr. Malvini, Altman, DeCosta, Nash, Wauhkonen, 

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Kneeling: Hershman, Mc Crossen, Mazzotta, Le Blanc 



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Golf Team 

Left to Right: Coach Frost, Todd, Feeney, O'Connell, Manzuolo, Clifford 




Girls' Softball 

Row I: Brown, Lydon, Lloyd, Mendeloff, Karling, Boyden, Acker, Taylor, 

Cleary, David, P. Blaisdell, Ippolitti, Guastalli 

Row II: Mc Sweeney, Danelli, Richards, Bethel, Murphy, Smith, Strumski, Sullivan, 

Maciejewski, Coakley, Landers, Wiggin, Ciacia, Fisher, N. Blaisdell, 

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Varsity Field Hockey 

Kneeling: Morse, Eisner, Leason 

Standing: David, Richardson, Sullivan, Maciejewski, Miss Haslett, 

Vasilauskas, Winthrop, Fulton, Scollins 




Field Hockey (Junior Varsity) 

Row I: Henry, Sullivan, Lanier, Parise, Ahearn, Notorangelo, 
Krupp, O'Brien, Eagan 
Row II: Cavanaugh, Rizzo, Monahan, Bellissimo, Fitzpartick, O'Donnell, Armstrong, 
Beale, Heintz, Smith, Kougias, O'Brien, Daniels 



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C^iadd Will 



We, the Class of Nineteen Hundred and Sixty-Eight, being of sound mind and 
relatively sound character, do hereby proclaim this to be our last will and testament, 
bequeathing our most cherished possessions acquired during the course of our four 
years on the Hill to the Undergraduates most deserving of the honor, and do declare 
all other endowments set forth in our name null and void. 
Article I: To Mr. Monbouquette we leave our sincere thanks and appreciation for his 

understanding guidance; and we genuinely hope that someday he will find 

that "General Call" whom he is always paging on the intercom. 
Article II: To Mr. Piccirilli we leave a scooter so he can manage to be everywhere at 

once to keep things running smoothly. 
Article HI: To Mr. Buscone we leave a Honeywell 427 computer, 300 miles of "mag" 

tape, 16 cartons of spare memory banks— we'll take that antique I.B.M. off 

his hands. 
Article IV: To Miss Ryan we leave Mr. Usevich, her computer date, and a wish for 

success on her new publication, "101 Ways to Say Don't." 
Article V: To Mrs. Riley we leave goof-proof editors for the 1969 yearbook and time 

and a half for overtime. 
Article VI: To Mr. Fiore we leave a ripple tank with flashing psychedelic lights for 

his private use. 
Article VII: To Mr. Nolet we present the "Most Popular Teacher Award" and an 

honorary membership on the Tiot board. 
Article VIII: To Miss O' Sullivan and Miss McCormack we leave a Xerox machine so 

that they may renew their badly worn-out chapter tests of "England in 

Literature." 
Article IX: To Mr. Kelly we leave a shocking pink piggy bank to attract the senior 

dues' debtors. 
Article X: To Mr. Hartnett we bequeath a year's supply of colored chalk and 

Barbara Streisand's "People" album. 
Article XI: The members of the National Honor Society leave Mrs. Coburn their 

prom tickets in order to provide for next year's honor society passes. 
Article XII: To Miss Mulhearn we would like to donate Steve Sortevik to carry on 

those long corridor conversations. 
Article XIII: We leave Article Thirteen to the Class of 1969. May it bring them 

good luck. 
Article XIV: To Mr. Bonin we leave as many gory accident pictures as we can find 

to continue shocking his driver "ed" classes. 
Article XV: The senior girls leave Miss Florence Sullivan many memories of moans, 

groans, .giggles, and tom-foolery, and the hope that she can live without us. 
Article XVI: To Mr. Usevich we leave a guarantee that we will vote for him when he 

runs for Senator. 
Article XVII: The traffic guards return the sacred staircase to Mr. Peterson and 

thank him for the loan. 
Article XVIII: To Mr. Phillips we leave a sweatshirt reading "hi there" on the front 

and "bye there" on the back, so he'll have it coming and going. 
Article XIX: We leave 4-F classifications to all the young male teachers. 
Article XX: To Miss Connolly and the office force we leave a fund of patience and 

smiles, although they never seem to run out of either. 

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Article XXI: To Mr. Peterson we leave the Utopia we have found. . .Friendly's on 

Friday night. 
Article XXII: We leave one faculty romance blooming and the hope that other 

incipient ones continue to develop. 
Article XXIII: To Mr. Wheeler and the hockey team we leave our sincere thanks for 

providing us with so many wonderful and exciting moments. 
Article XXIV: The Tiot editors leave with sighs of relief and smiles of satisfaction. 
Article XXV: To the Class of '69 we leave the challenge of finding someone to fill 

Steve Donovan's shoes, size 11. 
Article XXVI: Victor Servello and Janine Paquette leave their posts as treasurers, 

richer for the experience. 
Article XXVII: Neil Higgins leaves the hockey team with an empty feeling and an 

empty net. 
Article XXVIII: Vin Lembo refuses to leave his record collection although we have 

begged him to do so. 
Article XXIX: To the undergraduates we leave less snow and more school. They 

have a lot to learn. 
Article XXX: To the wrestling team we leave one, strong, pulsating muscle and a 

down escalator to run up. 
Article XXXI: Jackie Cronin leaves, having proved himself an excellent defense- 
man in his ability to ward off aggressive skaters and starry-eyed girls. 
Article XXXII: Outside of room 146 we leave a welcome mat for a special 1968 

editor if he should happen to pass by. 
Article XXXIII: To the freshman class we leave a three year supply of vitamin pills, 

so they can grow big and strong like us. 
Article XXXIV: We, the class of 1968 leave with the sneaky suspicion that we 
won't be missed. 

In witness thereof, we have hereunto subscribed our names and affixed our 
seal on this seventh day of June in the Year of our Lord Nineteen Hundred and 
Sixty-Eight. 

Witnesses: 

Michael J. Carey 
Carolyn Deasy 





Michael J. Carey Carolyn Deasy 

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NORWOOD 



Words and Melody by 
JOHN F. WHEELOCK, 1913 



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In no other country in the world has advertising 
reached such heights, and occasionally such depths, as in 
our own country. It permeates the everyday life of 
every citizen. It is a great force for the advancement of 
the material benefits produced by our civilization. Free- 
dom of the press and of other communication media is 
part and parcel of our other freedoms. As such, it is an 
integral part of our lives and quite possibly the easiest 
way to influence the public to take action where action 
is needed. To proceed from the sublime to the obvious, 
the editors of the yearbook hereby urge all their friends 
to support the businessmen who gave the TIOT some 
measure of needed support by their advertising through 

the medium of the TIOT. 







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Mr. and Mrs. John A. Abdallah 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H. Abel 

Dr. and Mrs. Ronald G. Abrams 

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin F. Abromowski 

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Aicardi 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Alberta 

Dr. and Mrs. Norman Alpert 

Mr. and Mrs. George H. Anastasia 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Armstrong 

Mr. and Mrs. John Baker 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bartkiewicz 

Mr. and Mrs. George L. Barton 

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Baxter 

Mr. and Mrs. John Bayer 

Dr, and Mrs. Harold Becker 

Mrs. Doris H. Begley 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Bennett 

Dr. and Mrs. George L. Bero 

Mr. Robert J. Bethoney 

Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Birmingham 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Blasenak 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bongo 

Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Bonham 

Mr. and Mrs. Martin P. Bowers 

Mr. and Mrs. George Breen 

Miss Catherine A. Brennan 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Buccilli 

Mr. and Mrs. Warner Bucklin 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Burbridge 

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Burke 

Mrs. James H. Butler, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Callahan, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Capasso 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Carey 

Dr. and Mrs. James F. Carolyn 

Mr. John J. Cavanaugh 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Cassidy 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Casey 

Mr. and Mrs. William Chapman 

Mr. and Mrs. Guy Cisternelli 

Mrs. Martha L. Clapp 

Dr. and Mrs. Philip O. Coakley 

Dr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Collins 

Mr. Robert E. Compagnone 

Mr. and Mrs. Authur Conley 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Conniff, sister 

Dr. and Mrs. James F. Connolly 

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd J. Cormier 



Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Dempsey 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A. Cormier 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Cotton 

Dr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Couch 

Mr. and Mrs. William D. Craig 

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Crook 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerome B. Cullen 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cushing 

Mr. and Mrs. James F. Curran 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Curran 

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Curran 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dangelo 

Mrs. Claire M. Dailey 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Davis, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. John Deasy 

Mr. David DeCosta 

Mr. and Mrs. Rocco DeLucca 

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Dempsey 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis DeVirgilio 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Diggs 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael DiMarzo 

Dr. Eugene A. Doherty 

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Doherty 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis E. Donlan 

Dr. and Mrs. Edward L. Donovan 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Dray 

Mr. and Mrs. George Drew 

Mr. and Mrs. James Drummey 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick J. Dyer 

Mr. and Mrs. William Egan 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Elias 

Miss Patricia A. Ey 

Mr. Horace E. Fader 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Falco"ne 

Mrs. Audrey Famolle 

Mrs. Joseph Fanning 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Fariole 

Dr. and Mrs. John L. Finn 

Mr. and Mrs. Dino A. Fiore 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Flaherty 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Folan 

Mr. and Mrs. James Foley 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Foley 

Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Fountain 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth G. Fraser 

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin A. Freytag 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Frost 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Fruogh, Jr. 

Miss Charlotte Fulton 



Mr. and Mrs. George Gaetani 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Gallagher 

Mr. Michael F. Gallahue 

Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth F. Ganem 

Mr. Lawrence C. Gentile 

Mr. Frederick W. Gifford 

Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Girvan 

Miss Eileen M. Godino 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Goodwin 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gotovich 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gordon 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Graham 

Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Green 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Green 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Greenwood 

Mr. and Mrs. Mathew J. Grenham 

Mrs. Arthur H. Grenon 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Grew 

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Griffin 

Mr. and Mrs. Vito Grudinskas 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Guiliano 

Dr. and Mrs. Nyman H. Halfond 

Miss Barbara G. Hanks 

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Harris 

Mr. and Mrs. William Hebner 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Hemmon 

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Higgins 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Hobbs 

Mr. and Mrs. A. Lee Hocutt 

Mr. Joseph F. Homer 

Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Horgan, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N. Houston 

Miss Mary F. Hubbard 

Mr. and Mrs. James W. Hurley 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Jacques 

Dr. and Mrs. Donald E. Jaffec 

Dr. A. W. Jansen 

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Jenkins 

Miss Ruth M. Johngren 

Spottie Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. Warren A. Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. Kachmar 

Rev. and Mrs. Raymond H. Kask 

Mr. Joseph M. Katchpole 

Dr. and Mrs. James F. Kenney 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kelley 

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Kelley 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Kelley 



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Miss Margaret Kencfick 

Mr. and Mrs. Clement R. Kern 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Kerr 

Mr. and Mrs. James E. King 

Mr. and Mrs. Prichett A. Klugh 

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Kramer 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Krause 

Dr. Richard E. Kunan 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Lanzoni 

Mr. Roger G. Lavoie 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Lennox 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Leonard 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Lindahl 

Dr. and Mrs. William Lovcll 

Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Lydon 

Dr. and Mrs. Roy T. Lydon 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward V. Lynch 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Lyons 

Mr. Thomas J. Mac Donough 

Mr. and Mrs. John Machado 

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn A. Maciejewski 

Mr. and Mrs. George T. Mahoney 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Maggio 

Mr. Lorin M. Maloney 

M. Adele Marcoux 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Martin 

Miss Marion Martin 

Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Marzuolo 

Dr. and Mrs. Francis C. Mason 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis T. McAuliffe 

Dr. and Mrs. Philip E. McCarthy 

Mrs. Joseph L. McCormack 

Miss Majorie E. McCready 

Mr. and Mrs. Martin F. McGuire 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry McLellan 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald F. Memmo 

Mr. Alfonso A. Micale 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Michaelson 

Mr. and Mrs. John Monbouquette 

Mr. and Mrs. William F. Moan 

Miss Rose H. Morrison 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph F. Morriss 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Morse 

Dr. Gary T. Moushegian 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Mulherin 

Mr. and Mrs. George H. Nash 

Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Nenart 

Dr. and Mrs. Edmund F. Neves 



Dr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Nicholson 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth M. Nolet 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick R. O'Brien 

Mr. and Mrs. John F. O'Conncll 

Mr. Wilfred E. O'Connell 

Dr. and Mrs. John J. O'Day 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. O'Malley 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. O'Neill 

Dr. and Mrs. James E. O'Ncil 

Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm I. Orcnt 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Ormc 

Mr. and Mrs. Ortiz dc Montcllano 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene G. Ostcrgren 

Miss Elizabeth O'Sullivan 

Mr. and Mrs. James V. O'Sullivan 

Dr. and Mrs. T. H. O'Toolc, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A. Packcrt 

Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Paciorkowski 

Mrs. Kathryn Paige 

Dr. Stephen P. Pannes 

Mr. Paul J. Pantano 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Paquettc 

Mr. and Mrs. Victor E. Paquette 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Parker 

Mr. and Mrs. Giles B. Parker 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Pazniokas 

Mr. and Mrs. Wallace C. Peck 

Dr. and Mrs. Valmore A. Pelletier 

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Pender 

Miss Amelia Peters 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Peterson 

Mr. and Mrs. Luthic E. Phillips 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Phillips 

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Piccirilli 

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Poce 

HMP Paul Porazzo U.S.N. 

Mr. and Mrs. Nicola Pungitore 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Purpura 

Miss Patricia A. Reardon 

Mr. and Mrs. C. Lothrop Rich 

Dr. and Mrs. Paul V. Riley 

Mrs. Philip W. Riley, Sr. 

Mr. James E. Rooney 

Miss Katherine E. Ryan 

Dr. and Mrs. William F. Ryan 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Saraca 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sastavickas 



Mr. and Mrs. Orlando M. Scafati 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Servello 

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Shaw 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis X. Sheehan, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. George F. Shuman 

Miss Margurite Sicurclla 

Dr.- and Mrs. Louis A. Sieracki 

Mrs. Helen Simmons 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sirvinski 

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A. Sofuolis 

Mr. John C. Somerville 

A Sophomore 

Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Sortevik 

Dr. and Mrs. James P. Stanton 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul P. Stanton 

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Stanton 

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Staton 

Dr. and Mrs. Melvin W. Stern 

Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Stone 

Dr. and Mrs. Albert C. Sullivan 

Miss Florence Sullivan 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Sullivan 

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Sullivan 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Sweeney 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Sweeney 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Sweeney 

Mr. and Mrs. Neal Sweeney 

Mr. and Mrs. Victor P. Taggert 

Miss Bertha Tarallo 

Miss Dorothy A. Tolini 

Tonawandah and The Spirit 

Mr. and Mrs. Hans B. Tonning 

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Thompson 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Turcotte 

Miss Louise C. Ulrich 

Mr. George S. Usevich 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick R. Valentine 

Mr. and Mrs. Max Wainer 

Mr. Frank Wall 

Dr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Wallen 

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Ward 

Mr. and Mrs. Wilko Wauhkonen 

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Wenzel 

Dr. and Mrs. Walter F. West 

Miss Laura Wick 

Mr. Paul R. Wilgoren 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Winthrop 

Mr. Eugene D. Zoller 



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Sponsors 



A. C. De Roma Electric Supply, Inc. 

Andy's Gift and Jewelry Shop, Inc. 

Babel's Paint & Wallpaper 

John E. Bamber Co., Inc. 

Barry Paper Co. 

Bartucca's Esso Service Co. 

Beaver Coal and Oil Co. 

Birch Curtain Store 

Catherine's Specialty and 
Dressmaker Shop 

Nicholas J. Cieri — Insurance 

Colombo's Sandwich Shop 

Cullen's Corset Shoppe Inc. 

Dandy Donut 

Dip 'n' Sip Donuts of America, Inc. 



Dreyfus and White, Inc. 

Eysie's Super Market 

Fashion Carpets 

Floral Design Studio 

Thomas J. Foley — Real Estate & 
Insurance 

Foley Travel Agency 

Furlong's Cottage Candies and 
Ice Cream 

Gearty's Shoe Store 

Gertrude's Pastry Shoppe 

Golden Steer Steak House, Inc. 

Good Luck to '68 — Joe Clinkers 

Guild Variety 

Hanlon's Men's, Women's & 
Children's Shoes 



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Hanlon Jewelers 

Humphrey's Super Market 

Jim's Barber Shop 

Just Right Cleaners, Inc. 

Kelley's Filling Station 

King's Market 

Paul H. Kraw Funeral Home 

MacDonald Color Center 

Maple Grove Manor, Convalescent 
Home Inc. 

Marcou Jewelers 
Martin Fabrics, Inc. 
Mary Kay's Beauty Shop 
Nahatan Drug Inc. 
Neponset Valley Farm 



Norwood Delicatessen 
Norwood Chair Company 
Norwood Gas Company 
Norwood Messenger 
Norwood Times 
Norwood Women's Shop 
Ortin's Sporting Goods 
Poirier Service Corp. 
Regina Gift Shop 
Rose Ann's Pastry Shop 
The Sa^ogran Company 
Shepard Perfumers, Inc. 
Tiot Engineering, Inc. 
Wayside Flowers 
R. Zoppo, Inc. 



[225 



Did Mike Kimball actually invent the Q bomb? 




Established January 5, 1894 

~ir Know American Principles 

^ Exercise Citizenship Responsibility 
"^T Grow in Leadership 



[226] 



Beach Parties forever ! ! ! 



Peabody School 




HENRY O. PEABODY SCHOOL 

Highest professional standards of intensive training assure 
successful careers in 

BEAUTY CULTURE 
BUSINESS 

FASHION DRESSMAKING 
FOOD SERVICE 

PRACTICAL NURSING 



[227] 



Class of '68 at NHS— class of '72 at UMass.! 



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Portu-five central street 







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[228] 



Rumor has it that our soccer team is turning pro. 







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FRANK A. MORRILL, EMC. 

KJnlu a ^j~uli S^ervicc JsnSurance J-^acKaae assures uou 
of complete coueraae at the least cost. 



CARROLL P. NEAD, President 
RICHARD G. NEAD, C.P.C.U., Assistant Treas. 

50 CENTRAL ST., NORWOOD, MASS. 
Telephone 762-7300 



[229] 



How did you feel the day after the prom? 



Congratulations To 
THE CLASS OF 1968 



NORWOOD SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 



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THE SHOE SHOP 



For Best Shoe Values 



It's "The Shoe Shop 



690 Washington St., Norwood 



[230] 



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What devotion! The attendance at the Thanksgiving Football Game! 



Best Wishes to the Class of '68 



from 



NORWOODS ONLY COMPLETE NEWSTAND 



Norwood News & Book Shop 



655 Washington St. 



769-0282 




OVER 40,000 BOOKS M STOCK 



[231] 



Mike must have scared Mr. Usevich into taking boxing lessons. 



Callahan' 



NORWOOD FURNITURE CO. 



SINCE T895 



720 Washington Street Norwood, Mass. 



762-1132 



[232] 



Kevin seems to have acquired a Brazilian taste. 



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si lA/idheS for Zruture Success 
and ^rrappineii 

to 

Dlie C(a65 of 1968 



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Norwood Co-operative Bank 

Promoting Thrift and Home Ownership 
Since 1889 



[233] 



'To everything there is a season" but some things are always in 
season . . . girl-watching, for example. 



Dive Class of 1970 

wants to express Its 

best wishes 



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[234] 



Will someone PLEASE come out for high jumping? 



SHURFINE MARKET 



448 Nahatan Street 



Norwood, Massachusetts 



769-0556 



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[235] 



What's so interesting about Rhode Island? 



CONGRATULATIONS 



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Best Wishes for Future Success and Happiness 



to 



THE CLASS OF 196S 



from 



St. Catherine's C.Y.O. 



NORWOOD, MASS. 



[236] 



We must have the best-dressed Reading teachers in the state. 



Meet 
A 

Friend ! 




The fire fighters of this town have only one job to do. Put out fires 
save your life . . . protect all of us from fires, explosions, natural 
disasters. 

The fire fighter wants to be your friend. 

And he hopes that all of you will treat him as a friend. 

One of these days, the fire fighter may be coming to your street — 
to put out a fire, to save your life or the life of your children, or your 
parents. 

Remember: 

The fire fighter wants to be your friend! 

NORWOOD FIRE DEPARTMENT 

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FIRE FIGHTERS, AFL-CIO 

(Local 1631) 



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What's in Cambridge? The square with no squares. 



Gillooly Funeral Home, Inc. 



William G. Crowley, Pres. 



126 WALPOLE STREET 

NORWOOD, MASS. 

762-0174 



[238] 



A new HILLTOPPER should have a new HILLTOPPER Room. 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 



to the 



Graduating Class of 1968 



from the Norwood 



Police Relief Association, Inc. 



[239] 



Man! Those hockey games! 




SANSONE MOTORS, INC. 

100 Broadway, Norwood, Mass. 
762 - 2700 

PLYMOUTH • VALIANT • INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS 

Safe Transportation Assured 

More People Are Riding Sansone Buses 



[240] 



Do students go to the library for assignments or assignations? 



Sears, Roebuck & Company 

"Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back" 

Norwood's Shopping Center 

LENOX AND NAHATAN STREETS 
NORWOOD, MASSACHUSETTS 

762-7227 



Open Monday - Friday 
Evenings until 9 P.M. 



"Shop at Sears and Save" 



[241] 



Was Civil Defense Fred's only interest in the Senior Play? 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 



to the Class of '68 



from the 



Class of '69 



[242] 



Ralph Bishop for President! 



Congratulations to 



THE CLASS OF 1968 




WORTHINGTON CONTROLS COMPANY 




NORWOOD, MASSACHUSETTS 



[243] 



// the Senior boys ever knew how many Junior girls had crushes on them! 



Best Wishes to the Class of '68 



from 




CROWN CLEANSERS 



FOR THE FINEST CLEANING 



266 WASHINGTON STREET ISLINGTON, MASS. 



326-0773 



[244] 



Remember "the day of a thousand transistors" — the World Series? 



ROLL-LAND 




ROLLER-SKATING THE YEAR ROUND 



"The Fun Way to Physical Fitness 



?? 



ROUTE 1 - NORWOOD, MASS. 



762-6999 



[245] 



Who says, "All right. O.K., people?' 



Congratulations To 
THE CLASS OF 1968 






NlROYA 



U. S. RUBBER 

Rubber — Plastics — Textiles — Fibers — Chemicals 

100 ROUTE 128 

DEDHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 



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Why was the basketball game with Framingham South called off twice? 

Congratulations to 
THE CLASS OF 1968 

NORWOOD SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 




CUMMINGS CO. 

SUBURBAN BOSTON'S LEADING FASHION STORES 

Coats Suits Dresses 

Sportswear Lingerie 

CHARGE OR BUDGET AT NO EXTRA COST 
OPEN AN ACCOUNT IN MINUTES 

Everyone's Coming to Cummings! 
How About You? 

686 WASHINGTON ST. NORWOOD, MASS. 



[247] 



How about those soldiers in "The Mouse That Roared?" 



HOLLISTON 
MILLS, Inc. 



MANUFACTURERS OF BOOK CLOTH 

AND 
PYROXLIN IMPREGNATED FABRICS 



[248] 



'That which is gratuitously asserted may be gratuitously denied" 




With the Compliments of 



St. Catherine's Parish 



NORWOOD, MASS. 



[249] 



A book of Mr. Dunns jokes may soon be on the market. 




MONA LISA 

Maison de Beaute 

15 COTTAGE STREET, EAST 
NORWOOD, MASS. 



762-2505 Telephone 769-2506 



cJLalest ^rrair ^tuied with, (continental. ^Jouch 

The Fabulous Ginger Blair Cosmetics 
. . . exclusively at MONA-LISA's 



[250] 



Pourquoi faut-il payer? 




R CLARK'S PHARMACY 



500 Washington St., Norwood, Mass. 

Robert E. Adelson Bernard Weisberg 

Registered Pharmacists 



762-2018 



TELEPHONES 



762-2019 



[251] 



'68's home-away- from-home — Friendly" s. 



Best Wishes 










Puritan Furniture Co 



607 WASHINGTON STREET 



NORWOOD 



[252] 



Gasp! 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 

to the 

CLASS OF 1968 

President Joseph Curran 

Vice-President Kenneth Cavanaugh 

Treasurer Dr. Edward Donovan 

Secretary Inez Galazzi 

Executive Secretary George Usevich 

THE NORWOOD 

SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 



[253] 



No Senior finals! If . . . 



GARNER 
PHARMACY 




659 Washington Street 
Norwood, Mass. 



760 South Main Street 
Sharon, Mass. 



[254] 



Is our banner still flying over Blue Hills? 



Congratulations 



and Best Wishes 



to the Class of 1968 



from 



The Freshman Class 



[255] 



Did anyone notice that "Mustangs" on the football page is written 
in the shape of a horse? 



d^eit WisheA from thi 



19th National Brand Names Foundation 



Ketailer of- the Lje 



ear 



The No. T Specialty Store in the United States 



ORENT BROTHERS 



NORWOOD NO. ATTLEBORO 



[256] 



Co-champs of the Bay State League? 



The Senior Class Members 

would like 

to 

Offer Their Heartiest 

Congratulations 

to 

The Entire Tiot 

Staff 



[257] 



Long live hockey players who ride on fire engines! 








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NORWOOD BUICK 
COMPANY, INC. 



[258] 



Anyone for a bomb scare? 



i^onarutulationdj (^jraducited 



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torn 



Lydon & Haase Company 



Fulton Street, Norwood 



[259] 



Did the "Showboat" really sink before it sailed? 



WANT A FREE CAR? 

Betcha can't get a salesman to show you 
a new or used car without a sticker on it. 



Boch New Car Center 

DODGE HONDA 

RAMBLER DODGE TRUCK 

Boch Used Car Center 

All Makes and Models 
Lease by Boch Inc. 

LEASE ALL MAKES AND MODELS 
ROUTE 1, NORWOOD 



[260] 



"«*.tW? 



How many really sat down at the senior sit-ins 



The Student Council 



of Norwood Senior High School 



Offers Its Heartiest Thanks 



To The Tiot Staff 



[261] 



Only petitions make it happen! 



KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS 

Norwood Council, No. 252 

NORWOOD, MASSACHUSETTS 




Fraternal Year 1967-1968 

RT. REV. ROBERT SENNOTT Chaplain 

CHARLES DeMARZO Grand Knight 

CLIFFORD PEARL Deputy Grand Knight 

JOHN J. MURPHY Chancellor 

JOSEPH F. PAQUETTE Recording Secretary 

JOHN P. TARPEY Treasurer 

WILLIAM A. NICKERSON Financial Secretary 

WILLIAM COLLINS Lecturer 

THOMAS K. McMANUS Advocate 

GEORGE T. O'CONNOR Warden 

CHARLES PARKER .Inside Guard 

MURRAY J. SENNOTT Outside Guard 

DANIEL SULLIVAN Trustee 

JOHN J. BERNAZZANI Trustee 

PAUL CROCKETT Trustee 



[262] 



Underclassmen in the Senior Musicale? 




[263] 



Will anyone ever forget the last Norwood-Needham hockey game? 



BIRD 



East Walpole, Mass. 



QUALITY PRODUCTS SINCE 1796 



Norwood, Mass. Chicago, 111 

Charleston, S. C. Shreveport, La. 

Perth Amboy, N. J. Phillipsdale, R. I. 

Bardstown, Ky. 



[264] 



Whatever happened to the senior parties': 




Your local Independent Insurance Agencies are: 

NICHOLAS J. CIERI, 1152 Washington Street 

WALTER J. DEMPSEY, 508 Washington Street 
THOMAS J. FOLEY, 683 Washington Street 
FREDERICK A. HOWARD, 1163 Washington Street 
GEORGE N. JOHNSTON, 842 Washington Street 

FRANK A. MORRILL, INC., 50 Central Street 
RICHARD J. SMITH, 486 Washington Street 

CARROLL H. WOODS INS. AGENCY, 19 Central Street 



Only an Independent Insurance businessman, whose office is in Norwood, 
can give you the prompt, personal attention you deserve. 



[265] 



"Dem boys shore look good in eye shadow!''' 



Norwood Sport Center 

65 COTTAGE STREET 

CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE 
CLASS OF 1968 



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Candlepin Bowling 



[266] 



A bermuda day at N.H.S.? 



ijour Jrortratt . 



IS MORE THAN A PICTURE 
WHEN YOU HAVE IT TAKEN BY PURDY 

Because our friendly and understanding photographers 
put you at your ease — so that the professional skill 
which completes the making of your portrait begins 
with the warm and natural personality that is you. 
Make your appointment now — and see! 



New England's Foremost Photographer 



PURDY 

367 BOYLSTON STBEET, BOSTON 16, MASS. 
(near Arlington Street Church) 



Official Photographer, Norwood High School 



[267] 



Did Tina Cotter really die? 



Four Seasons Arena 

Routes 1-27, Walpole 





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WntEBlSWSBTE 
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FBBUCSJOTB 51* 2B <00 



Home of Norwood Ice Hockey Team 

Home of Bay State High School Hockey League 

Home of Norwood Pee Wee and Bantam Programs 

Home of "Four Seasons," top team of Mass. Hockey League 

Public Skating Sessions 

Skating Instructions by Professionals 

Telephone 668-9200 

AMPLE PARKING SPACE 



[268] 



What teachers play "Twister" at senior parties? 



SERVING NORWOOD AND ALL SURROUNDING TOWNS 



A&B Auto School, Inc. 



524 WASHINGTON STREET 



NORWOOD, MASSACHUSETTS 



Telephone: 762-5500 




MEMBERS OF: 
National Professional Driver 
Education Association 
Massachusetts Professional 
Driver Education Association 
Highway Safety Associates 
Norwood Chamber of Commerce 



Recommended by New England 
Institute for Driver Education 



PETER A. WILSON 



ROBERT W. WILSON 




SAFE DRIVING IS 10% ABILITY — AND 90% COURTESY 




[269] 



New York, here we come! 



(^onaratuiatlond 
Do tlie CLm of 1968 

DANIEL C. RYAN, C.L.U. 

General Agent 

John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company 

Specialists In 

LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH, GROUP, PENSION 
PLANS, BUSINESS PLANS AND TAX SHELTERED PLANS 



60 Guild Street, Norwood, Massachusetts 



[270] 



Mr. Nolet and Cathy — sponsor editors! 



\Jood UlmeS ^srorever! 



QS^^ 



[271] 



Remember the fun in 146? 



May Funeral Service, Inc. 



85 Nichols Street 



Norwood, Massachusetts 



Serving Norwood and Vicinity Since 1922 



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Off Street Parking Air Conditioning 



[272] 



Long live Pat Paulsen! 



Congratulations, Graduates 



rom 



HI-WAY BOWLAWAY 



Route 1, Providence Highway 



Walpole, Massachusetts 



[273] 



Tonawandah and the spirit! 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 



THE CLASS OF 1968 




Brook Molding 



B. M. C. 



Norwood, Massachusetts 



[274] 



Headaches for sale — see yearbook editors. 




[275] 



Tiot is Tops 



'YOUR GRANDMOTHER TRADED HERE" 



South End Hardware Co. 

JOHN A. ABDALLAH, Prop. 



THE GENERAL STORE 



Oldest Hardware Store in Norwood 



1041-1043 WASHINGTON ST. NORWOOD, MASS. 



TEL.: 762-0405 



[276] 



Do you see what I'm getting at?' 



THE MUSTANGS NEVER GAVE UP TRYING 

(Continued from Page 190) 

The Mustangs then tangled with Milton in another thriller which they won 8-6. Shea 
scored Norwood's touchdown in the second period with the conversion being good on 
a Shea to Donovan pass. 

Thanksgiving Day brought 7,000 fans to Stone Park in Dedham in the pouring rain. 
The first half was all Norwood, as Shea scored Norwood's touchdown and Fischer 
bulled over for the conversion. However, the Marauders took over in the second half 
and won the game 14-8. Shea rambled for 133 yards in the losing effort. 

The feats of Tom Shea completely overshadowed the rest of the players and under- 
standably so. He has been one of the best backs in the state for the past two years. 
Outstanding also this year was the line play of Fred O'Connell, Tom Hopkins, Dave 
Mogan, Larry Jansen, and Mike Santospago. Defensive stalwarts were Jim David and 
Tom Gugliotta. 

The class of 1968 salutes Coach Gulla, Co-captains Shea and Santospago, and the 
entire team. They deserved a better fate. 

DESIRE AND DETERMINATION 

(Continued from Page 191) 

center Larry Ketvirtis. Although he scored 45 points in the game, Norwood won 
on the strength of fine performances from Phil Coakley, Paul Wysocki, and Norm 
Johnson. They netted 32, 12, and 14 points respectively in the game. Coakley's 32 
points was high for one game all year. 

The season ended poorly with losses to Dedham and Framingham South. Bill 
Spierdowis, Paul Wysocki, and Phil Coakley all hit double figures in one of these games. 

Senior Bill Spierdowis was the season's high scorer with a 13 point average.. He 
was named to the Bay State League All-Star Team. 

THE BEST OF THE BEST 

(Continued from Page 197) 

hustling, along with that of Hebner, earned them places on the Tournament All-Star 
Team. Leo Mclnerney, Dick Donovan, Tom Taylor, John Ranalli, and Gary Sortevik 
rounded out this fine team. 

Perhaps the most excitement came during the State Tournament where Norwood 
battled all the way down to the Finals. There was the 4-0 bombing of previously 
unbeaten Falmouth, and the great goal-tending of Higgins as Norwood edged by 
Hingham 1-0 on Donovan's score. 

Anyone who saw the last game probably spent the most harrowing 2:28 seconds of 
his life as Norwood trailed by a score of 3-1 when Coach Wheeler on a daring move 
pulled goalie Higgins. The Norwood side erupted as the big form of Hebner pushed 
in one goal, then a second to tie up the game with 14 seconds remaining. In overtime, 
however, Norwood's fans were horrified to see a Number 7 jersey break through our 
defense and put the puck by Neil for the winning Arlington goal. 

In spite of all. this team will be Number 1 with us forever. 

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Andy may be captain but he doesn't rule the roost! 



BEST WISHES 



to the Class of '68 



from the 



School Computer 




[278] 



Spaz's spuns! 



1968 yearbook 



. . . CREATED AND PRINTED LOCALLY 
BY OUR SKILLED UNION CRAFTSMEN 
REPRODUCING THE ORIGINAL IDEAS 
AND DESIGNS OF THE HIGr SCHOOL 
GRADUATING CLASS. 



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ONE HUNDRED CENTRAL STREET 
NORWOOD, MASSACHUSETTS 

Ulie J4ome of ^Distinctive l-^rintiny 



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This is the beginning. You've just read it backwards. 




Wercl & 



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We wish to take this opportunity to thank the sponsors and advertisers 
who have helped finance this yearbook. At the same time, we wish to suggest 
to our fellow classmates and to all our friends who read this book that they 
patronize the stores listed in our advertising. Yearbook advertising may reach 
a more limited audience than newspaper advertising, but it is much more per- 
manent and much more handsomely displayed, and it will be read through the 
years by all of us who cherish this souvenir of happy high school days. 



EDITORS 



Corinne Maciejewski 
Carolyn Deasy 
Eileen O'Connell 
Candace Hurley 
Cathleen Coakley 
Alexis Levitsky 



Paul Pazniokas 
Vincent Lembo 
Michael Carey 
Dana Craig 
Steven Sortevik 
David Carey 



Joyce Abromowski 

FACULTY ADVISER 
Mrs. Florence Riley 



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PROCESSIONAL — "Pomp and Circumstance" . . . Edward Elgar 

High School Band 
Under the direction of Mr. Paul M. Alberta 



"The Star Spangled Banner" John Smith 

Everyone 

INVOCATION — Rev. Nifon Abraham 



'God of Our Fathers" Warren 

Senior Class 

God of our fathers, whose almighty hand 
Leads forth in beauty all the starry band 
Of shining worlds in splendor thro' the skies, 
Our grateful songs before Thy throne arise. 

Thy love divine hath led us in the past 

In this free land by Thee our lot is cast; 

Be Thou our Ruler, Guardian, Guide and Stay, 

Thy word our law, Thy paths our chosen way. Amen 



ADDRESS — Senior Scholar — Carol H. Paciorkowski 



'Born Free" Barry 

Senior Class 

Born free, as free as the wind blows, 

as free as the grass grows, born free to follow your heart. 

Live free, and beauty surrounds you, 

the world still astounds you, each time you look at a star. 

Stay free, where no walls divide you, 

you're free as a roaring tide, so there's no need to hide. 

Born free, and life is worth living, 

but only worth living 'cause you're born free. 



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GUT OF THE CLASS OF 1968 

Stephen D. Donovan 

ACCEPTANCE OF THE GIFT FOR THE SCHOOL 

David J. Mogan 

AWARD OF MEDALS AND PRIZES 

Dr. Philip O. Coakley, Superintendent of Schools 

John C. Lane Medals 

Berwick English Prize 

The American Legion Post #70 Scholarship Award 

Andrew B. Boch Scholarship 

Teachers' Club Scholarship 

The Anthony B. Sansone Scholarship Award 

The Nancy Beth Sulkala Memorial Award 

.Norwood Woman's Club Scholarship 

P.T.A. Council Scholarships 

American Legion Auxiliary Unit #70 Scholarship 

Parents Music Association Scholarship 

Norwood Senior High School Alumni Association Scholarships 

Charles A. Hayden Latin Scholarship 

Norwood" Mothers' Club Scholarship 

Women's Community Committee Scholarship 

Fraternal Order of Eagles, Ladies Auxiliary 1822, Scholarship 

Kiwanis Club Scholarship 

High School Scholarships 

The Norwood Mothers' Club Home Economics Award 

Norwood Women's Community Committee Foreign Language Awards 

Nicholson Memorial Award in English 

United States History Medal 

Chamber of Commerce Scholarship 

Norwood Young Women's Evening Division Scholarship 

The Robert E. Adelson and Bernard Weisberg Scholarship 

PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS 

Mr. John J. Cavanaugh, Chairman of the School Committee 
Mr. John F. Monbouquette, Principal of Norwood High School 

"Norwood" Wheelock '13 

Arranged by Walsh '13 
Senior Class 

(The audience is invited to join) 
RECESSIONAL — "Profiles in Courage" (John F. Kennedy March) . . Riddle 

Choral music under the direction of 
Mr. William E. St. Laurent 



GLASS MENAGERIE CAST 

S. Sortevik, H. Whipple, M. Kimball, 
J. Freytag 




GERMAN ORATORY WINNER 

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